QMU-Postgraduate Prospectus QMU PG Mini Prospectus 2019 sp - Page 81

Funding for taught postgraduate and research students Students applying for their first master’s degree or postgraduate diploma from the UK are normally supported by their funding authority. We advise all students to investigate their eligibility for support at the earliest opportunity. For more information on current funding sources, including loans available to Scottish (and EU) English, Welsh and Norther Irish students, please see pages 81-82. Funding may also be available from a number of trust funds and charities. Details are available through the following website www.scholarship-search.org.uk The most important sources of funding for postgraduate research students in the UK are the Research Councils. These bodies are government-funded agencies engaged in the support of research in different disciplines and postgraduate funding is just one part of a broad range of responsibilities. A full list of postgraduate funding opportunities is available at www.prospects.ac.uk Details of research degree funding sources can be found on our website at www.qmu.ac.uk/study-here/ postgraduate-research-study/graduate- school-and-doctoral-research For additional information for international scholarships please refer to pages 82-83. Postgraduate students who find themselves in financial difficulty can apply for help through the Discretionary Fund administered by QMU. Details and information on how to make an application are available from Student Services. Criteria include having exhausted all other available sources of income, financial hardship and unexpected exceptional circumstances. Priority is given to students with disabilities, lone parents, students with short-term medical difficulties and families on low income. 79 MORE INFO: Bill Stronach, Student չ٥͕)P耬ЀĀЀ)ՑљչŵԹլ)ȁ٥ȁ䰁͔)х)ͥ)P耬ЀĀЀ)聅ͥŵԹլ))I=ȀI͕ɍɕ̤)P耬ЀĀЀ)ɕ͕ɍɕŵԹ