Fees and finance 2013/14
MSc Management (Human Resource Management)
MSc Management (Finance)
MSc Management (Entrpreneurship)
MSc Management (International Business)
MSc Marketing Management
|MSc Strategic Marketing||Deposit £500
Please note: there is a £50 application fee.
Durham University Business School is currently offering two 25% tuition fee postgraduate scholarships to outstanding candidates from India. Find out more
Further funding information is available on the University's fees and finance pages.
Other sources of finance
Some possible sources of finance are:
- Career Development Loans
Helps individuals pay for vocational education or training by offering a deferred repayment bank loan. Available for full-time, part-time or flexible learning programmes. Further details available at www.lifelonglearning.co.uk/cdl or by telephoning 0800 585 505.
- Bank Study Loan
Some high street banks offer professional trainee/study loans where repayment is not requested until after you have completed your course. For more information, contact the banks direct.
- British Council
Can provide details of scholarships available in your own country. Please see: http://www.britishcouncil.org/.
- Ministry of Education / Education Department
Your local Ministry of Education may be able to provide details of funding available in your country.
- US - Federal Stafford bank loans
Business Education Loan - available to US citizens and international students, who have a US citizen or permanent resident, co-signer. Federal Stafford Loan - you must be a citizen, national or permanent resident of the US. Further information is available from: www.salliemae.com/
Other sources of information are:
- "The Grants Register: The Complete Guide to Postgraduate Funding Worldwide" published by MacMillan.
- HotCourses: Student Money: http://www.studentmoney.org/
- Graduate Prospects Ltd: http://www.prospects.ac.uk/
Please note: Durham University cannot recommend that you take a loan nor recommend a lender. The options provided above are listed for your information only and do not constitute a recommendation by the University. All queries should be directed to the loan provider. Remember that these are personal loans between you and the loan provider (the bank or other organisation), and you are responsible for repayments.