Funding for taught Master's applicants
Postgraduate Loans for Master's Degrees
Eligible students can borrow up to £10,906 for studying for a Master's.
- School of Computing Scholarship - The School of Computing offers scholarships worth up to £7940.
These are £2000 for overseas (non-EU) students registering on our standard taught Master's courses. There is no limit to the number of scholarships that are awarded.
There are a limited number of £7940 scholarships for UK/EU students.
These scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit. Click here for further details and to apply.
Note: funding is guaranteed for all eligible overseas (non-EU) students with the equivalent of a UK First Class Honours degree.
- University Overseas Scholarship - The University of Kent offers scholarships worth £5000 to overseas (non-EU) students registering on our taught postgraduate courses. These are awarded on the basis of academic merit. See the International scholarships page for further details and to apply.
Advice - applicants for University Overseas Scholarships are recommended to apply for a School of Computing Scholarship too (see above). Applying for both increases your chance of securing some funding.
- The Templeman Scholarship is available for University of Kent graduates.
- The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship is available for students from eligible Commonwealth countries.
For Kent graduates
- Kent students who graduate with an Honours degree from the University who opt to go straight in to a Master's course - £1000 tuition discount (further details)
- Graduates of pre-Master's courses at Kent who enrol on a standard Master's course at Kent - 10% tuition discount
For female students
- University postgraduate scholarships and postgraduate fees websites
- Career Development Loans (for students normally resident in the UK)
Tuition fees for taught Master's courses 2019-20
Standard full-time Master's
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- The fees and discounts shown here refer to taught postgraduate courses in the School of Computing for the 2019-20 academic year.
- They are provided for guidance only but we believe them to be accurate.
- Tuition fees do not cover other costs such as books and accommodation.
- Latest information about fees (Student Finance)