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Postgraduate students at Chichester can access a range of different funding options to help them cover the cost of their studies and achieve their academic potential.
An alumni discount is available, which provides a 15% reduction to postgraduate tuition fees for both taught and research programmes.
A financial support package is available as a bursary, paid to students coming from a household with an income of less than £25,000. It is paid mid-way through the academic year.
Subject specific funding is also available. Students can browse for relevant funding opportunities through the university’s website.
Postgraduate loans are available from the government to help fund a master’s degree. The non-means tested loan available is up to £11,836 which is paid directly into the student’s account and can be used to pay course fees and living costs. This amount is subject to change from the government.
If students are starting a doctoral degree, they could get a Postgraduate Doctoral Loan of up to £27,892 to help with course fees and living costs. It is not based on income and is paid directly to students.
Eligible EU/EEA nationals can apply for UK government funding for their postgraduate studies (see postgraduate funding information above).
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