International students looking for funding, scholarships or other financial assistance towards covering fees and living costs should start thinking about how to fund their studies as early as possible. Many funding agencies and scholarships have strict deadlines.
Local British Council offices may be able to supply information in relation to funding opportunities. See the Education UK website for more information.
Please note that it is a condition of most funding agencies that students should hold at least a provisional offer of a place to study at a university before applying for a scholarship. Adequate funding for the full cost of the first year of studies must be in place in order for international students to successfully complete the visa application process.
Some Schools at the University offer partial fee scholarships for their particular subject area. You can consult the relevant School website for further details.
Equity and Merit Scholarships
We aim to help talented but economically disadvantaged students from some of the world’s poorest countries to study for a master's from Manchester.
GREAT Scholarships 2020
In partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, our GREAT scholarships are helping students from China, India and Malaysia.