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Postgraduate Bursaries and Scholarships
Financial help for graduates wishing to undertake a taught postgraduate programme at Keele.
The Keele Graduate Bursary (Keele Graduates Only)
A discount of £1,000 is available on some taught postgraduate course tuition fees for all UK/EU students who have graduated either from a first degree programme, or the Certificate in Counselling at Keele.
For International students who have graduated from Keele or a Keele programme delivered overseas, a discount of 15% of the taught postgraduate course fee is offered. Students who undertook a study abroad placement or exchange programme at Keele will also be eligible for this fee reduction. Please note that this cannot be combined with other scholarships with the exception of the Faculty of Natural Science Bursary, and in the event that a student is eligible for more than one award, the higher value award will be applied.
Keele Graduate Bursaries are available for all taught postgraduate courses other than those where financial support is already available - such as the Postgraduate Certificate in Education, Social Work or certain courses where the student fee is directly funded by the National Health Service- or where an individual School has other arrangements within its fee structure e.g. School of Pharmacy. You will not receive the Keele Graduate Bursary if your course is fully or partially funded by a sponsor or organisation such as your employer.
There are no additional forms or paperwork. You do not have to apply for this bursary. If you are eligible we will contact you.
The £1,000, or 15%, will be deducted from the second payment instalment of postgraduate tuition fees. For part-time and modular study, deductions will be made on a pro rata basis.
Please note: to obtain the discount you must begin postgraduate study during 2015.
For further information about our postgraduate bursaries and scholarships for UK and EU students, contact email@example.com; if you are an international student contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Keele Graduate Scholarship (Open To All)
We will award a tuition fee discount of £500 to students who attain first class honours in their first undergraduate degree and come to Keele to study a taught postgraduate course to at least postgraduate diploma level.
Please note that PGCE and MA Social Work are not included in this award.
Payment will be made pro rata for postgraduate study. You do not have to apply for this award. We will write to you by the end of October after enrolment to confirm the award.
The Keele Access Scholarship
Please note that this bursary will take the form of a fee waiver which will be applied pro rata for part-time study. Fee waivers of up to £850 are being made available for students from backgrounds with low participation in higher education who wish to take a taught postgraduate course at Keele to at least postgraduate diploma level.
You may be eligible for a scholarship if you live in an area of the UK from which very few students progress to higher education (officially defined as a Low Participation Neighbourhood). Check your area on our Access Scholarships - UK Postcode Checker.
You may also be eligible to receive a Keele Access Scholarship if you have declared that you have a disability on your application for postgraduate study at Keele.
Keele Postgraduate Support Scheme Scholarships
Are you interested in furthering your academic study with a post graduate qualification and would like £10,000 towards it?
If you are a woman looking to go into science, a student who is a care leaver, have refugee status after being granted political asylum, are disabled or you are a student whose home address is in a local ‘ST’ postcode, you could be eligible for Keele University’s Postgraduate Support Scheme.
We are delighted to announce 77 Postgraduate Support Scheme Scholarships of £10,000 each, supported jointly by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and the University. The scholarships cover a wide range of master’s courses at Keele, which start in autumn 2015. The funding has been awarded under HEFCE’s Postgraduate Support Scheme, which is designed to encourage progression of under-represented UK and EU students into taught postgraduate education.
All masters-level taught courses are eligible except for postgraduate diplomas, postgraduate certificates and integrated masters, courses funded by other public bodies (such as PGCE) and fully funded NHS Courses.