Fees and funding

Understand all of the costs involved for your studies.

Find out more about your tuition fees, available scholarships and bursaries, funded studentships, undergraduate and postgraduate taught student finance, how to pay your fees and our top tips on managing your money.

Studentships

Applied nuclear physics: silicon photomultiplier scintillation detectors

Funding information:
The studentship is funded for 3.5 years at normal UKRI studentship rates (equal to approximately £14,000 per year). Funding is provided by the Radiation Detection Doctoral Network (RadNet) and from the two sponsoring companies. This studentship is available for individuals from the UK and EU.

Regulation of urothelial and bladder function by oxidative stress – the role of Nox enzymes

Funding information:
Accepted candidates are required to pay standard tuition fees in addition to 20 per cent of bench fees. Materials and consumables will be provided.

Metal halide perovskites for photovoltaic and light-emission applications

Funding information:
Directly Funded Project (European/UK students only). The post is open for home-fee qualifying applicants.

Student finance

You may be able to borrow money to help pay your tuition fees and support you with your living costs.

Additional costs

Throughout the duration of your studies it is likely that you will incur additional costs. For example, some of our courses (particularly those with a practical element) may require you to pay for clothing, materials, field courses, special equipment or bench fees.