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Masters Funding Guides

There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to Masters funding and no single postgraduate funding guide can cover everyone. That’s why we’ve assembled a diverse selection of articles with information on the financial support available to different Masters students in different circumstances in different locations.

Our unique funding guides include information for domestic and international students, as well as details of typical Masters fees in particular countries – so you can investigate and compare the cost of studying a Masters around the world. We’ve also put together a detailed overview of the Erasmus+ programme and the funding it offers for postgraduate study abroad.

So, whether you’re an international student in Canada, a domestic student looking for funding in Germany or an English postgraduate investigating the UK government’s new Masters loans scheme, we’ve got the information you need.

Simply select a guide from below to begin finding out what Masters funding might be available to you:

  • Masters Funding in Australia

    Australia offers a wide range of subsidies and loans for postgraduates. Most are directed at domestic applicants, but our guide also has information on Masters funding for international students at Australian universities.

  • Masters Funding in Canada

    Canadian Masters fees are often cheaper than other Anglophone study destinations. There’s also plenty of funding for postgraduate study in Canada, from government loans for Canadian citizens to a range of international scholarships.

  • Masters Funding in France

    France isn’t just one of the most popular countries for postgraduate study in Europe; it’s also one of the cheapest, with fees capped by the government. This is in addition to a range of Masters funding opportunities for both domestic and international students.

  • Masters Funding in Germany

    Having famously abolished fees for its undergraduate programmes, Germany is also an affordable destination for postgraduate study. Our guide has all the information you need to find masters funding in Germany, including details of international and domestic opportunities.

  • Masters Funding in the Netherlands

    Masters fees in Holland and the rest of the Netherlands are regulated by the government. There are also a wide range of postgraduate funding opportunities available for Dutch citizens and for international applicants.

  • Masters Funding in New Zealand

    A wide variety of organisations help provide Masters funding in New Zealand. Our guide offers information on these, as well as an overview of fees for domestic and international postgraduates.

  • Masters Funding in the UK

    From Research Council studentships to a forthcoming postgraduate loans scheme, there’s a wide range of funding and financial support available for domestic and international Masters students in the UK.

  • Masters Funding in the USA

    As befits the world’s most popular higher education system, it’s no surprise that Masters funding in the USA is widely available. Our guide has information on the cost of postgraduate study for both domestic and international students in the US.

  • Erasmus+ Masters Funding

    The Erasmus+ programme offers a variety of funding for international Masters study in Europe and elsewhere. Opportunities include scholarships for collaborative Joint Masters Degrees, grants for short periods of study mobility and a forthcoming Masters loans scheme.

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