Here are a numer of additional sources of financial support which available across the disciplines.
Scholarship opportunities for postgraduate students of Danish nationality to study in the UK or vice versa.
The British Federation of Women Graduates has limited funds to make awards to women undertaking their final year of postgraduate research.
The Caledonian Research Foundation supports and encourages independent research in Scotland.
Graduates of a Scottish University holding a degree with first-class honours in any subject and intending to pursue three years of postgraduate research for a PhD degree can be considered for the award of a Carnegie Scholarship.
Awards available to Scottish students undertaking a taught postgraduate degree in any subject area.
The Dan David Prize is awarded to individuals and institutions with proven, exceptional excellence and contribution to humanity in the sciences, arts, humanities, public service and business without discrimination of any kind.
This scheme offers a limited number of student support for short courses of professional or vocational training, generally at diploma and master’s level.
Up to 50 University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Bursaries will be offered to postgraduate students who are in receipt of a "Postgraduate Tuition Fee Loan"
Professional and Career Development Loans are bank loans that can be used to help pay for work related learning.
Every Dane over the age of 18 is entitled to public support for further education, regardless of social standing. Information about this scheme is available on the Danish government's website.
TALENTIA Fellowship Program is an initiative by the Ministry of Economy, Innovation, Science and Employment that provides postgraduate scholarships to students from Andalusia allowing them to study abroad in selected institutions.
This charitable trust offers grants to young people of Scottish birth to broaden their life experience. Information is available on their website.
This article was published on Jun 12, 2013