1. Postgraduate Applicants: SMCSE
  2. Organising your finances

Organising your finances

Financial support and planning is a key issue for postgraduate students. Find out what support is available to you.

Funding your study

We recognise that our students all have different financial circumstances, and planning how to fund both your tuition fees and your living expenses differs from person to person.

Our Funding and Financial support pages will give you details of the various options open to postgraduate students in funding their study.

Postgraduate Loan Scheme

You may not be aware that the government has recently announced the Postgraduate Loan Scheme which may help in providing additional funds to help along the way.

School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering Scholarships

The school is committed to providing financial support to high-calibre UK/EU students through a generous scholarship scheme. Scholarships are offered to well-qualified applicants wishing to take up a place on a selection of postgraduate courses. The scholarships, each valued at £2,000, are intended to assist students to pay the fees for their chosen course of study.

We consider applications at three points in the year. If you wish to be considered for a scholarship, please make sure you submit your online application form by one of these dates:

  • Round One: 1st March 2017
  • Round Two: 1st May 2017
  • Round Three: 1st July 2017

Read more information and find out how to apply:

Future Finance

Private providers such as Future Finance can also offer a commercial loan to help cover either fees, living expenses or both.

City, University of London has a dedicated Student Financial Support Team who can talk you through the various options available to you, and can provide resources to help you plan for living in London.

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City, University of London

Northampton Square

London EC1V 0HB

United Kingdom

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