College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities - Studentships and Postgraduate Funding

Find below currently available PhD Studentships and postgraduate funding opportunities for subjects within the College of Social Science, Arts and Humanities. (see http://www2.le.ac.uk/research/degrees/phd for subject listings)
School/DepartmentDescriptionClose Date
Various ESRC PhD Studentships offered as part of the Midlands Graduate School.
School of Business (Management)

Fully Funded Industrial MPhil Studentship (Starting 25 September 2017) Part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

Project and application information

Supervisors: Dr Matthew Higgins mh64@le.ac.uk (School of Business) and Prof Jeremy Levesley jl1@le.ac.uk (Mathematics)

Available to UK/EU applicants only

1 September 2017

(midnight UK time)

Various

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Open until filled

Masters Degree (MA, MSc, MBA, LLM, MRes) Funding

Scholarships and bursaries for Masters degrees are advertised as they become available.

Please see the main listing for current Masters degree funding opportunities.

Scholarships available for individual Masters Courses can be found on the Fees and Funding section of the relevant Masters Course page.

Discount Schemes

Other Funding Sources

Alternatively, why not combine your postgraduate course with your career and earn while you learn - see our part-time and distance learning degrees.

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