Postgraduate Taught Awards and Discounts

2017 Entry

From September 2017, Keele University is offering three bursaries as part of its postgraduate financial support programme:

The Keele Alumni Discount*

This is a £1,000 tuition fee waiver for Keele Alumni (UK/EU students). Students must be taking a taught postgraduate course at Keele University to at least 120 credits. The award will be offered on a pro-rata basis for some lower credit courses providing total credit study within the academic year exceeds 40 credits, full details below.

The Keele Graduate Scholarship*

This a £500 tuition fee waiver for UK/EU students taking a taught postgraduate course at Keele University who attained first class honours in their first degree.

The Keele Access Scholarship*

This is a £850 tuition fee waiver for UK/EU students for students from backgrounds with low participation in higher education who are taking a taught postgraduate course at Keele University. This award is aimed at supporting traditionally under-represented groups to progress on to graduate study at Keele.

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.

*Please note that all of the above awards are subject to our gerenal Terms and Conditions and a specific eligibility criteria and T&Cs related to each award. Please download the PDF below to check your eligibility.


Other Funding Opportunities

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Humanities Masters Scholarships

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90x90 Piggy Bank

Financial Support for Care Leaves and Estranged Students

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90x90 Piggy Bank

Postgraduate Loans Scheme

A new system of postgraduate loans for Masters degrees was introduced foin 2016 and provides up to £10,000 a year for taught and research Masters courses in all subject areas.