Postgraduate funding 2019/20
Access to funding for postgraduate study is a key part of the decision-making process for many students and there are several funding opportunities to explore. We advise you to investigate funding options at an early stage of the application process as you are expected to have made adequate financial provision to cover both fees and living costs for the duration of your postgraduate study.
Our Student Finance and Welfare Team offers support in a number of areas, including information about fees, grants and bursaries, and advice on bank accounts, benefits and bills.
Postgraduate tuition fees
Standardised postgraduate fees for 2019 entry are as follows:
- Full-time home: £5,300
- Full-time international: £13,600 (Band 1/Classroom) and £14,100 (Band 2/Laboratory)
Some fees may vary. For accurate information on specific course fees, please visit our postgraduate course pages.
Vice-Chancellor's 2020 scholarships
The Vice-Chancellor's 2020 scholarships provide DMU graduates with a tuition fee discount of up to 50 per cent. The discount is available on selected full-time, part-time and distance learning postgraduate courses running across multiple start dates in the 2019/20 academic session.