Postgraduate Masters Scholarships for UK Students
Applications are now open and you need to have been made an offer to study with us on an eligible postgraduate course.
Find out which courses are eligible and apply for September 2023 and January 2024 entry.
Postgraduate Scholarships for International Students
We offer prestigious, competitive scholarships to new international students. If you have an offer to study a course with us in September 2023 you are eligible to apply. You'll find all the details on this page, with application advice, deadlines, and terms and conditions.
Dr Pauline Polkey Masters Scholarship - School of Arts and Humanities
These prestigious awards are open to applications from students who have an offer of a place on a postgraduate degree in the 2023/24 academic year within the School of Arts and Humanities.
Now / Black Fellows
The Nottingham School of Art & Design are delighted to announce the Now/Black Fellows Scholarship which will be offering a full fee bursary for up to 3 students, who hold an offer on the MFA Fine Art-full time course for September 2023.
Nottingham Law School’s Professional Courses Scholarships
Nottingham Law School is delighted to offer a number of competitive professional courses scholarships.
The Research Pathway Scholarship - School of Arts and Humanities
The School of Arts and Humanities will be offering full fee scholarships for up to 7 students who have received an offer to study on an eligible course for September 2023.
Postgraduate Scholarship (Artificial Intelligence conversion course)
NTU is proud to be able to offer this scholarship for MSc Artificial Intelligence students. This scholarship will support students from underrepresented groups to access and succeed in higher education and subsequently the AI sector.
What you need to know when applying for a scholarship
When you can apply
You must already hold an offer of a place to study at Nottingham Trent University on an eligible course for September 2023 or January 2024 entry in order to apply for our scholarships.
Applicants can only apply for a scholarship once per academic year and per offer of a place to study on a qualifying course.
You can submit a new scholarship application if you apply for a second course or a course with a different start date. You can apply for our scholarships if you hold a conditional or an unconditional offer.
Submitting your application and what happens next
You can only apply for a scholarship once you have received an offer of a place on an eligible course and been allocated an NTU ID number.
You must submit your application to study a course at NTU at least six weeks before the scholarship closing date. This allows enough time for our Admissions team to process your application and confirm an offer. Applications to study at NTU submitted to our Admissions team less than 6 weeks before the scholarship deadline are not guaranteed to be processed in time.
You should receive an automatic email confirming that your application has been submitted successfully when you apply for a scholarship using our online scholarship application forms.
You should receive an email to confirm the outcome of your scholarship application within five weeks of submitting it, however in some cases this may take longer.
Please ensure that you read the scholarship application form carefully and answer all questions in full. It is very important that you complete your form correctly, as we are unable to make any amendments to your application once it has been submitted.
We cannot change or amend your application once it has been submitted. With your permission, we can delete your application and you can start again. To request this please email our Scholarships team.
Deferring an offer
If you have been awarded a scholarship, the scholarship is not transferable. It will not be awarded if you choose to defer your entry to a different start date or if you choose to transfer to a different course at the University.
If you choose to defer your studies, you can submit a new scholarship application for your new start date. Our scholarships can change year on year, so you should check our website for the most up to date information.
Contact us by using our online enquiry form to ensure you can defer your offer and have it confirmed.
Music and Sports scholarships
If you're a talented musician or athlete, you can also apply for a scholarship in music or sports. These offer tailored tuition in your field that ensures everything is put in place for you to develop your potential and achieve academic and musical or sporting success.
As these scholarships are non-funded awards, you are welcome to apply for them alongside another funded scholarship.
Postgraduate Open Events
To find out more about scholarships and other funding opportunities, book your place at a Postgraduate Open Event.
- Wednesday 7 June 2023 (on campus)
Alternatively, you can send any scholarship enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.