This page provides funding information for postgraduate taught degrees.
Postgraduate taught programmes are programmes which consist of seminars, tutorials or lectures, or other contact time with a tutor.
Masters of Research (MRes) programmes can fall under the definition of 'postgraduate taught.' For more information on whether a programme qualifies as postgraduate taught, or if you have any questions about funding your study, please contact us.
The funding you are eligible to apply for, and which organisation you need to apply to, will depend on your tuition fee status.
If you're a Scottish or EU domiciled student planning to study for your first postgraduate qualification, then you're eligible to apply for a postgraduate loan up to a value of £5,500 from the Student Awards Agency Scotland (SAAS).
If you're a part-time Scottish or EU student you can apply for a loan up to a value of £2,750 per year; for a part-time programme to qualify for funding from SAAS it must be no longer than twice the length of the equivalent full-time course.
Scottish students are also eligible to apply for a postgraduate living cost loan up to a value of £4,500.
If you're a student domiciled in England, Wales or Northern Ireland then your application for a postgraduate loan must be sent to the relevant student finance organisation for your country.
You are entitled to apply for up to £10,280 to cover your tuition and living costs.
If you are an international student from outside of the EU, then you are likely to pay overseas tuition fee rates and will not be entitled to help with tuition fees. You will also be expected to have sufficient funds available to cover your tuition fees prior to starting each academic year.
Please browse our funding and scholarship database for more information on available funding or scholarships for international students.
Successful applicants can borrow between £300 and £10,000. Only available to British citizens.
A 25% discount open to all students who have received an undergraduate or postgraduate degree from Abertay.
The programme provides full or part funding for full-time courses at postgraduate level.
The scheme offers up to 100 awards, each worth £4,000, towards the cost of tuition fees for one year of study.
An award for Japanese students studying at Masters level. Two scholarship awards are offered per year.