Fees and funding

Masters

Masters students in a seminar room


Fees

Fees for our Masters will depend on the programme studied. Please see your course page to find out the latest fee information.

School scholarships

Any school-specific scholarships which are available will be listed below. Please select the tab relating to your fee status to view.

Other scholarships and funding

For details of other funding including the Leeds Postgraduate Alumni Bursary (a 10% bursary for eligible students) take a look at the University of Leeds funding overview.

2019-20

The School of Law offers a number of Liberty Scholarships to UK/EU and international students of high academic quality.

  • Who is eligible

    To be eligible for a scholarship, you must meet the following entry criteria. - Be classified as an UK/EU or international student for tuition fee purposes. - You must hold an offer of a place to study and begin your postgraduate taught Masters programme. - You must have strong academic results from your undergraduate degree. - You must submit a strong supporting statement to accompany your scholarship application.

  • How to apply

    Download the application form and send your completed form to pglaw@leeds.ac.uk by 17 July 2019 at 17:00 UK time.

  • Deadline

    17 July 2019 at 17:00 UK time

  • Conditions
    • Students in receipt of the University's alumni bursary are still eligible to apply.
    • Those in receipt of an award via one of the School's collaborative agreements are not eligible.
  • How are the scholarships awarded?

    These scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic performance in your undergraduate degree plus the strength of your supporting statement accompanying your scholarship application.

  • Further information

    A Liberty Scholarship will not be awarded in addition to any other scholarship except a University of Leeds Alumni Bursary.

  • Internal or external

    Internal (funded by the University of Leeds)

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2019-20

This is a partial fee scholarship which can be used on the LLB Graduate Programme offered by the School of Law.

  • Value - what money is on offer

    £2,500

  • Who is eligible

    You will automatically be considered for this scholarship if: - You are a Canadian national or permanently reside in Canada - You achieve at least a GPA 3.5/4.0 in your undergraduate degree

  • Conditions

    You must not already holding another award which covers the payment of tuition fees in full or part, with the exception of the Alumni Bursary. Not open to those who have already been awarded a doctoral degree or equivalent. Receipt of the scholarship is conditional upon you commencing your period of study by registering no later than 1st October in the academic year for which the award is offered.

  • How are the scholarships awarded?

    The scholarships will be awarded automatically to those who meet the criteria. There is no need to complete an application form.

  • Internal or external

    Internal (funded by the University of Leeds)

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The School of Law offers a number of Liberty Scholarships to UK/EU and international students of high academic quality.

  • Who is eligible

    To be eligible for a scholarship, you must meet the following entry criteria. - Be classified as an UK/EU or international student for tuition fee purposes. - You must hold an offer of a place to study and begin your postgraduate taught Masters programme. - You must have strong academic results from your undergraduate degree. - You must submit a strong supporting statement to accompany your scholarship application.

  • How to apply

    Download the application form and send your completed form to pglaw@leeds.ac.uk by 17 July 2019 at 17.00 UK time.

  • Deadline

    17 July 2019 at 17:00 UK time

  • Conditions
    • Students in receipt of the University's alumni bursary are still eligible to apply.
    • Those in receipt of an award via one of the School's collaborative agreements are not eligible.
  • How are the scholarships awarded?

    These scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic performance in your undergraduate degree plus the strength of your supporting statement accompanying your scholarship application.

  • Internal or external

    Internal (funded by the University of Leeds)

More