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Searching for funding

Both undergraduate and postgraduate students can search for additional financial support on the University Funding Search Tool.


External funding organisations

You can also apply for external financial support. The organisations below are listed for your information and are not in any way linked to the University.



The Scholarship Hub

The Scholarship Hub allows you to search for scholarships and receive updates and information on a range of scholarships and grants that become available.

Scholarships for Development

Scholarships for Development is an updated listing of scholarships for international students, specifically for people from developing countries.

The Black Heart Foundation

The Black Heart Scholarship Programme supports candidates with their educational endeavours primarily in the UK and US but is open to considering work in other education resource-limited geographies. Awards are given in rounds and there is no deadline to submit an application.

Sir Richard Stapley Educational Trust

Founded in 1919 by businessman and philanthropist Sir Richard Stapley (1843-1920), the Sir Richard Stapley Educational Trust supports the work of students of proven academic merit, and in financial need, who are pursuing further degree qualifications at an institution in the UK. Open to students from all countries, applicants must be resident in the UK at the time of applying, as well as during their course of study. The Trust supports postgraduate degrees in any subject, as well as courses in medicine or veterinary sciences taken as a second degree. All grants are made annually and are normally between £500 and £1,500.

Postgrad Solutions Study Bursary

Postgrad Solutions Study offers 20 bursaries worth £500. Simply complete the Postgrad Solutions Study Bursaries application form on their page and you will automatically be considered.

Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Scholarship

The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Scholarship is open to students from a Black Asian or Minority Ethnic Background, aged between 14 and 21 who are attending school or university full time in the UK and are academically gifted. Winners will receive a one-off £1,000 plus mentoring and work experience. Recipients of the Scholarship will be chosen annually based on their exemplary academic performance and demonstrable interest in diversity.

British Council

The UK government offers hundreds of scholarships, bursaries and additional financial support to students from several countries.

Thanks Mo (formerly known as Grant Fairy)

The Thanks Mo app matches you with the scholarship opportunities you are eligible to apply for based on your personal circumstances.