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There are no scholarships available at this time.
Some of our Faculties and Departments offer scholarships towards Taught Masters programmes for UK, EU and international students.
Please check below for the Department you are applying to:
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Please visit Department Scholarship pages for details and application forms for all awards available: Department of Social Sciences
Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment Please visit Department Scholarship pages for details and application forms for all awards available: School of ArchitectureSchool of ArtsSchool of Engineering, Computing and MathsDepartment of PlanningDepartment of Real Estate and Construction
The Oxford Brookes University’s Faculty of Health & Life Sciences is offering 3 Bursary Nursing Awards to help assist trainee student nurses with living expenses. Each Award will be up to £30,000 per student over a maximum period of 3 years.
The Bursary is open to mature, Home/EU students who are in financial need and without other funding, and would find it difficult financially to undertake the 3 year Pre-Registration course for the University’s BSc (Hons) or MSc (Hons) programme in
Adult Nursing Degree.
Download the application form
For September 2019 entry, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences are pleased to offer the de Rohan Scholarship to full-time and part-time students for the following programmes:
The award is for
annum for full-time students. For
the award is spread over two years
at £3,500per annum.
The full-time or part-time award is open to Home/EU students. Applications will only be accepted from students who have already been made a conditional or unconditional offer by Oxford Brookes University.
You should apply for your place on the course and then submit your scholarship application.
IF YOU APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP WITHOUT THE OFFER OF A PLACE, YOUR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
The deadline for receipt of applications is
17:00 on Friday 21
They should be emailed or posted to the address stated on the forms below.
The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of the personal statement. You should clearly explain why you are following the MA course; what you hope to contribute to the course and the discipline; and what you hope achieving the MA will
contribute to your career and/or personal development.
Please find the application form, notes for guidance and background to the scholarship below.
If you have already studied for a degree at Oxford Brookes, or you have a friend or family member who did, you may be eligible for a 10% tuition fee discount on postgraduate tuition fees.
For full details, please visit our
postgraduate discount for alumni, friends and family information page.
A number of external organisations are also offering awards of up to £2,000.
For further details please visit:
offer an annual £5,000 postgraduate scholarship plus a number of smaller awards in any subject.”
These awards are open to UK, EU and International students on named awards. Please see individual webpages for further details.
Please contact the organisations themselves if you have queries about these bursary schemes.
The University is pleased to offer a number of full-time funded studentships in a range of disciplines for students wishing to enrol on a research degree programme at Oxford Brookes University.
Information about the University Research Studentships can be found on our
research funding page.
This section includes details of all Research Council funding for postgraduate study in the UK.
When Research Council funded studentships are available they are advertised at
Research Funding Opportunities
For more information about studentships and their availability, contact the
Alternatively scan the academic press for advertised studentships:
Nationals of European Economic Area (EEA) countries (i.e. EU countries plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) may be eligible for a fees-only award from the Research Councils or AHRC.
For more guidance, see UKOSA Guidance Notes for Students: Course Fees and Grants: EEA Students, available from British Council offices, or consult the relevant Research Council postgraduate funding guide.
NOTE: Nationals of European Union (EU) countries normally pay ‘home’ fees, i.e. fees at the same level as UK students.
There are a number of charities, trusts and foundations which award partial funding for study. Competition for these awards is getting increasingly tough. In order to succeed in getting support, you must assure the charity or trust that you have
exhausted all other sources of funding and that you fit in with specific eligibility criteria. You should normally plan your application at least a year in advance. It is rarely possible to get help at short notice.
Useful publications on the various trusts and charities include:
Employers may fund vocational and professional training courses as part of career development. Information on sponsorship opportunities at a company is usually available from the company’s personnel department.
For Health and Social Care programmes, the administrator can supply details of funding opportunities.
Some postgraduates fund themselves through their studies with a combination of part-time jobs, loans, savings, etc. This can work well, but you must be realistic in calculating your costs before embarking on your studies.
The Institute of Electrical Engineers provide a range of postgraduate scholarships for taught and research degrees. Applicants are normally expected to be IEE members and the closing date is usually mid-October.
Home students and EU students resident within the European Economic Area (EAA) attending an accredited initial teacher training course will receive one of the following non-taxable bursaries:
The training salary is paid monthly over 9 calendar months from the start of study (September). For further information, please see the
Department of Education's web pages.
The Association of MBAs (AMBA) administers a Business School Loan Scheme to assist UK students studying for an MBA. Loans can cover tuition fees and living expenses. You can borrow up to two thirds of your pre-course gross annual salary, plus
tuition fees for each year of full-time study. For more information visit the
For information on financial assistance to support your learning, please visit the
Further information on possible funding sources for research students can be obtained from postgraduate tutors, public libraries or Oxford Brookes Careers Centre: