Funding your studies
Durham University is delighted to offer a wide range of full and partial funding opportunities to outstanding applicants wishing to study towards Masters and doctoral degrees. Durham Doctoral Studentships and Research Council Studentships cover tuition fees and living costs, whilst Scholarships contribute to tuition fees and/or living costs.
To find out which funding opportunities are open to you follow the links below:
Faculty of Arts
Students wishing to study Classics and Ancient History, English Studies, History, Modern Languages and Cultures, Music, Philosophy, or Theology and Religion please visit: www.dur.ac.uk/arts.humanities/funding_opportunities
Faculty of Science
Students wishing to study Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Engineering and Computing Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Physics, or Psychology please visit: www.dur.ac.uk/science.faculty/postgraduatefunding/
Faculty of Social Sciences and Health
Students wishing to study Anthropology, Applied Social Sciences, Archaeology, Education, Economics, Finance and Business, Geography, Government and International Affairs, Medicine and Health, or Law please visit:www.durham.ac.uk/socialsciences.health/research_postgraduate_programmes/funding
New postgraduate funding source
Working in partnership with an established credit union, Durham University is delighted to be able to offer UK postgraduate taught students of all ages the opportunity of applying for low cost ethical loans. Find out more about the Durham University NEFirst Postgraduate Loan Scheme.