Funding a PhD
Find out how you can fund your studies from a range of opportunities, including their monetary value, benefits and eligibility requirements.
Get the latest advice about how PhD Loans work in the UK and how you may be eligible for a loan of up to £26,445 to fund your PhD programme.
Learn more about how PhD Studentships work in the UK and how you may be eligible for £15,009 towards funding your PhD programme.
The cost of a PhD can be divided into three key areas; tuition fees, living expenses and research expenditures. Learn more about what this can amount to.
Learn more about this funding route, eligibility criteria and application process that will help you understand the grant and submit a successful fellowship application.
A bench fee is an additional charge made to PhD students. It covers expenditures related to your research such consumables and travel; learn more here.
The salary of a PhD student is governed by 3 key factors: assisting in undergraduate teaching, part-time technician work, or have secured a stipend; learn more here.
Gain valuable insight from our collection of exclusive interviews with both current and past PhD students. Learn from their best advice, personal challenges and career path after completing their doctorate.View Overview