To ensure that you don't miss any postgraduate opportunities at Bangor, please also visit the websites of our schools and colleges.
Please follow the links below for the following opportunities:
Applications are invited for a Medical Research Council funded PhD studentship at the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation, Bangor University.
This full-time, 3-year studentship provides full support for tuition fees, all associated research costs and a tax-free annual stipend of £17,726.
In collaboration with the University of Liverpool and Pfizer, this PhD will be to develop and apply linked pharmacometric-pharmacoeconomic analyses in clinical drug development.
Click here for more details.
For further information, please contact Professor Dyfrig Hughes
For more information about the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol Masters Scholarship scheme click
Closing date: July 14th
UK/EU 2015 Bangor graduates starting a full-time Masters degree at Bangor University this September will automatically be entitled to a £500 discount on the tuition fee for eligible Masters courses. More information...
The Santander Group, will be awarding postgraduate scholarships to Bangor University for master’s students starting in 2015.
A number of scholarships worth £5,000 will be given to master’s students starting their programmes in 2015. More information...
Postgrad Solutions Ltd is offering 13 UK Postgraduate Study Bursaries,
each to the value of £500. Find out more about the UK Postgraduate Study
Students may be eligible for the Postgraduate Access Bursary if as an undergraduate they were in receipt of one of the following in 13/14:
Students must be able to provide evidence that they were in receipt of these grants or bursaries. The maximum available to each student will be £500.
For more information please contact the Money Support Unit.
These awards are aimed specifically at widening access to full-time taught postgraduate Masters courses. Click here for more information.
As a general rule local authorities offer no support for postgraduate study, while others consider only certain courses, such as the PGCE.
It is a good idea to contact your local education authority early in the year to find out what they will fund. Your chance of obtaining funding improve if the course is vocational but you will need to present a good case for an award.
For a list of other postgraduate scholarships offered by our Colleges,
please visit here. |
You may find these links helpful in researching how you are going to fund your course: