Funding

A number of AHRC studentships for research degree study in the humanities are available for 2014 entry, via the London Arts and Humanities Partnership with UCL and King’s. Please see AHRC funding for further details.

Several of the institutes of the School have their own bursaries to assist with specific subject areas for both Master's and research students.

External funding may also be available in certain subject areas and/or for certain categories of student. UK-resident students are eligible to apply for Career Development Loans. A number of our overseas students obtain funding from the British Council or the Commonwealth Commission.

Living and studying in London is an expensive business, but if you budget carefully it helps. UK and international students can find  guidance at Student Calculator.



Dr Kate Bradley, Lecturer in Social History and Social Policy at the University of Kent and graduate of the School's Institute of Historical Research, presents a session on postgraduate and postdoctoral funding at the School’s Postgraduate Open Day in February 2012.

MA IN HUMAN RIGHTS

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Bursaries are available for the longest-running interdisciplinary, practice-oriented human rights MA programme in the UK.

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BEING HUMAN FESTIVAL | 15–23 NOVEMBER

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This November, the School, in partnership with the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Academy, will stage the UK’s first national festival of the humanities.

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