We know that finding the right funding for your master’s course can be tough and we want to give you a helping hand. We offer many scholarship opportunities so don’t miss the chance to change your life with a world-class education from Cranfield School of Management.
It is not too late to secure funding to start your dream course in 2017. Check out these great opportunities…
Master’s Scholarships from Cranfield School of Management
Cranfield Scholarships – We have a limited number of scholarships available for candidates from around the world applying for the 2017 intake.
As part of our 10th Anniversary celebrations, the Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility is offering a Scholarship of £11,000 for the 2017 intake of the Management and Corporate Sustainability MSc.
Strategic Marketing Half Fee Scholarships will close for applications on 1 May 2017 and are open to students from all countries. This award is open to outstanding candidates applying for the Strategic Marketing MSc so get your application in for a chance to chop your fees in half!
Cranfield School of Management is delighted to be able to offer Santander Scholarships, worth £5,000, to master’s applicants from all countries supported by the Santander Universities network.
If you are an Indian student there is still time to apply for the Goa Education Trust Scholarships 2017. These scholarships are open to students applying for a Master’s programme in the UK – applications close on 1 May 2017.
The Postgraduate Loan from Student Finance England is still available for ‘Home’ (UK/EU) students studying a master’s course. Applications will open online in June and you can borrow up to £10,280 to go towards the cost of your study.
Also available for UK and EU students is the European Investment Fund (EIF) which has partnered with Future Finance to offer smart, flexible loans to European master’s level students moving to or from the UK for their studies. You can borrow up to £9,300 for courses up to 12 months in length. As an Erasmus+ university, Cranfield master’s students can apply for Erasmus+ Masters Loans to assist with fees.
Not eligible for a government loan or need more funding? Don’t worry, check out these loans from our partners Future Finance for more options.
If you have any questions about today’s blog or would like more information about how we can assist you in finding the right funding for you, please contact the Student Immigration and Funding Office by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or skype: studentfunding1