There are a number of funding options for Masters courses and these will vary depending on whether you’re a student from the UK, EU or an international student from outside the EU.
Please note: only one scholarship award can be allocated per student. If you receive an external scholarship award or postgraduate loan which only covers part of your tuition fee, you can still be considered for an Alliance MBS scholarship.
Funding for UK and EU students
If you are a prospective Masters student from the UK or EU, there are potential sources of funding available.
The UK Government has confirmed that Postgraduate Loans will be offered to UK and EU students starting a masters course in the 2018/19 academic year. If you are eligible, non means-tested loans of up to £10,280 will be available for use towards course and living costs.
If you are a student from another EU country, you will continue to remain eligible for financial support for Masters courses starting in September 2018 and will continue to have access to student loans and grants, even if the course concludes after the UK’s exit from the EU.
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Manchester Alumni Scholarship Scheme
The Scholarship is offered to students and alumni of The University of Manchester enrolling on one of the Business School’s taught Masters courses in September 2018. To reward academic merit, we give a £3,000 award to those achieving a first class honours degree and £1,000 for an upper second class honours degree (2:1, with 60% average). The award is deducted from the course tuition fee at registration.
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If you are an international students and have been accepted onto one of our Full-time MSc courses, you can apply for a loan with Prodigy Finance.