Fees for our Masters will depend on the programme studied. Please see your course page to find out the latest fee information.
Funding your studies
There are many ways to fund your postgraduate studies. Many students seek funding from a variety of sources including university scholarships, loans, sponsors or external funding bodies. Find out more about the different types of funding available.
Scholarships are either open to all applicants (from anywhere in the world), or specify that they are for UK applicants, or international applicants. Scroll down to see what scholarships you might be eligible for.
|Leeds Alumni Bursary||A 10% alumni tuition fee bursary for former students of the University of Leeds|
|Deaf Education (Teacher of the Deaf) Study Scholarship||Partial-fee scholarship available for schools/services funding two or more students on MA or PGDip Deaf Education (ToD) in the School of Education.|
|Head of School's UK Postgraduate Scholarship||Two half-fee scholarships, available to UK students in the School of Education.|
|Leeds Masters Scholarships||A number of scholarships available to UK students at the University of Leeds who meet the criteria.|
|British Council Scholarships for English Language Teachers in India 2022||Up to three full-fee scholarships, available to applicants from India on MA Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)|
|Dean's International Postgraduate Scholarship||One full-fee scholarship available for international masters students in the School of Education.|
|Head of School's International Postgraduate Scholarship||One half-fee scholarship, available for international masters students in the School of Education.|
|International Excellence Scholarship (MA TESOL Studies)||Two half-fee scholarships available for international MA TESOL Studies students in the School of Education.|
|International Excellence Scholarship (Philippines)||One half-fee scholarship, available to nationals of the Philippines in the School of Education|
|Sanctuary Scholarship||A number of scholarships for forced migrants to the UK, available for undergraduate, postgraduate or research degrees.|