Fees and funding
Fees and funding information for the MSc Mental Health in Children and Young People: Psychological Approaches .
The University of Edinburgh has been selected as one of 23 universities in the UK to take part in a scheme which streamlines the visa application process for certain Masters degree students.
If you are applying to study a full-time Masters programme starting in or after September 2018, which lasts for no more than 13 months, you are eligible for the streamlined service.
The service allows you to:
- Stay in the UK for 6 months after your programme has ended
- Submit fewer documents with your application (you will submit the same documents as a low-risk national - i.e. you do not need to submit evidence of your qualifications or finances).
For all visa enquiries contact: email@example.com
Eligible Scottish domiciled and EU students are eligible for Postgraduate Tuition Fee Loans/Living-cost Loans from the Scottish Awards Agency Scotland (SAAS). Visit the SAAS website for more information.
EU students are eligible for the tuition fee loan only. This is available for the nine-month taught element of the masters degree.
From summer 2016 the UK government will be introducing a new postgraduate loan scheme for UK Nationals (and those with settled status in the UK) who have most recently been resident in England. Visit the student funding website for more information.