Unlike undergraduate study there is no automatic Government funding for postgraduate students. However, there is information out there on the different sources of postgraduate funding available.
To make the most of the funding opportunities you need to make sure you know what is available, whether you are eligible and how you need to apply. Many postgraduates are self financed, however financial support may be available for both taught programmes (normally for one year) and research (normally up to three years) through a range of studentships and sponsorships.
The fees for taught courses, both full-time and part-time are provided in the course listings on our online prospectus.
We are delighted to announce funding for 12 MSc scholarships for entry in the academic year of 2014/15. All of the courses that are eligible for the scholarships are taught in the Business School's £75 million teaching and research headquarters in Manchester.
There will be six full-time scholarships, each worth £1,000, and six part-time scholarships, each worth £500. Each scholarship is provided as a tuition fee discount. Managers, senior professionals, graduates, final year undergraduate students, and members and veterans of the armed forces are encouraged to apply for these prestigious awards.
General PG funding pages
Placements and Projects