The University and the government offer a number of loans and scholarships that can help towards the cost of your postgraduate studies. Funding ranges from £600 to £10,280.
The government recently introduced a loan system for master degrees in the UK. The loan of up to £10,280 is non means-tested and is paid directly to you to be used towards your tuition and living costs. If you are studying your postgraduate degree part-time, you will receive half of the loan in your first year and half in the second. There are a number of eligibility criteria:
The government offers this loan of between £300 and £10,000 to help you pay for postgraduate degrees that will help you in your career or help you get into work. To be eligible to apply you must live or intend to train in Great Britain. The loan can be used to pay towards your tuition fees and living costs, depending on the amount received. For more information, visit the Professional Career Development Loans webpage on the government website.
If you are studying MA Social Work, you may be eligible for a Social Work Bursary through the NHS Bursary Unit. For more information about eligibility criteria, visit the NHS Business Services Authority website.
Bursaries of £500 are available across a number of subject areas. Please visit the Postgrad.com website to apply.
The Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) is worth up to £10,652 for both full-time and part-time students. The amount received will depend upon the needs assessment. For further information, contact Support Services for Students with Disabilities on 0151 291 3065.
Scholarships are available for masters and PhD programmes. Please visit the FindAMasters website.
The University offers a number of scholarships for recent graduates. The scholarships are automatically awarded if you meet the eligibility criteria.
|Graduate 600||Home students who have achieved a First-Class Honours Degree (1st) or a Second-Class Honours Degree, Upper Division (2:1) at Liverpool Hope University in the last 3 years, studying a full Masters in price bands 1 & 2.||£600 towards the costs of postgraduate taught study at Liverpool Hope|
|Graduate 1000||Home students who have achieved a First-Class Honours Degree (1st) or a Second-Class Honours Degree, Upper Division (2:1) at Liverpool Hope University in the last 3 years, studying a full masters in price band 3.||£1000 towards the costs of postgraduate taught study at Liverpool Hope|
|Graduate Education 1000||Home Students who have achieved a First-Class Honours Degree (1st) or a Second-Class Honours Degree, Upper Division (2:1) at Liverpool Hope University in the last 3 years, studying a full masters within the Faculty of Education.||£1000 towards the costs of postgraduate taught study at Liverpool Hope|
The Centre for Christian Education offers a number of bursaries for students beginning the Masters in Christian Education and Leadership. Bursaries are worth up to £1,500, subject to University terms and conditions and in line with the tuition fee being charged. Applications for bursaries should be included with the course application and contain a clear statement that outlines interest and experience in the subject area and how this course of study will inform and connect with future plans. Bursaries will be awarded to successful candidates on the quality of application. For more information or to discuss this informally, please contact Dr Ros Stuart-Buttle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Culham St Gabriel's Trust will pay £1,500 towards the yearly cost of course fees for current primary and secondary teachers of RE wishing to study this degree. The bursary applies to all members of the scheme, whether in their first or subsequent year of the Masters programme. For further information, please visit the Culham St Gabriel’s website.