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How do international students get funding for PhD in UK?

How do international students get funding for PhD in UK?

You can apply for a postgraduate scholarship from the UK government to cover things like course fees and the cost of living when you study in the UK. International students from the EU aren’t eligible for these scholarships. If you’re from Malta or Cyprus you can still apply for Commonwealth Scholarships.

How can I get PhD scholarship in UK?

University scholarships

  1. If you would like to apply for a specific university in the UK, the best option is to start searching for scholarships on their websites.
  2. A lot of the students who write to us on PhD portal receive scholarships from the governments of their own countries.

Can you get a PhD at the University of Sussex?

Create ground-breaking research with our funded PhD opportunities and PhD scholarships for UK and international students. We add PhD scholarships throughout the year so keep checking this page for updates. Where are you from?

Are there any scholarships for masters at Sussex?

Make the future with a Sussex Masters scholarship. We have Masters degree funding for UK and international students. Use our database to see if you’re eligible for a scholarship to fund your Masters, including our country scholarships and government-funded schemes.

Is the University of Sussex open to international students?

Our doctoral training partnerships and centres funded by the UK Research Councils (UK Research and Innovation) are open to UK and International students according to the UKRI student eligibility rules. Up to 30% of each cohort of students may be International, but International PhD fees are not covered by the scholarships.

Where does the University of Sussex get its funding from?

We have scholarships and studentships funded by the following doctoral training centres and partnerships: SeNSS – the South-East Network for Social Sciences (funded by the Economic and Social Research Council – ESRC) SoCoBio Doctoral Training Partnership (funded by BBSRC – the Biotechnology and Biosciences Research Council)