We appreciate that funding your studies can be stressful, and knowing where to search for sources of funding is difficult. Here we hope to bring together guidance and resources from across the University.
Remember, you can always contact The Advice Place to discuss any difficulties you're experiencing.
Edinburgh Medical School: Biomedical Sciences offers five Master's scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic session.
Edinburgh Medical School: Biomedical Sciences offers a number of Master's scholarships to self-funding, international (non-EU) students.
The University of Edinburgh provides the following resources for postgraduate funding:
The go-to University of Edinburgh website for students considering further study.
Their page for prospective postgraduates includes funding for UK and EU students, international students, and Online Distance Learners. It also has information about tuition fees.
Money and funding advice from the Edinburgh University Students' Association covers a wide range of issues, from council tax to what to do if you run out of money.
The University of Edinburgh Careers Service offers impartial advice to students wishing to further their careers. Their section on Postgraduate funding is aimed at students considering further study.
A useful tool for working out your finances as an international student is knowing exactly how much you can work and what the regulations are.
The UK Government website offers information on a range of government funding sources.
Sometimes, with the best will in the world, things go wrong and you might find yourself seeking financial assistance. The Scholarships and Student Funding website provides a range of resources for local and international students.