You may have to cover the cost of your tuition fees privately, as well as making full provisions for your living costs.
Possible sources of funding open to you as a self-funding student are as follows:
If you have savings you could use those to help fund your postgraduate study.
A limited number of courses offer studentships through one of the six Research Councils or the Arts and Humanities Research Board.
The British Council offers a number of awards for international students studying in the UK. Details can be obtained from the nearest regional office in your country of residence.
Find out more by visiting the British Council website.
Future Finance offer prospective students the opportunity to apply for a loan. Future Finance loans are:
Further details of eligibility requirements, interest rates and other key terms of the loan are available by visiting the Future Finance website.
Please be aware that Kingston University does not offer financial advice or any recommendation or endorsement of any Future Finance product. You should always check the suitability of the product that is of interest to you. If you are in any doubt we suggest that you seek independent financial advice before applying for any loan or financial support.
Full- and part-time UK and EU postgraduate students can apply for additional help from Kingston University's Student Support Funds. Awards are means-tested and you will need to provide evidence of how you will support yourself. As a general rule, you will be expected to have secured the majority of your funding before you can apply for additional funds.
For further information or if you have queries about financial support for postgraduate students, please email email@example.com.