There are many ways you can fund your Masters studies.
The two main costs to consider are tuition fees and living costs. It’s a good idea to plan your finances before starting your course.
Check your eligibility for scholarships and bursaries at Leeds, and explore a range of external funding sources.
Top tips for funding your Masters
Read our guide to creating a personalised funding package.
Paying your tuition fees
Details of your tuition fees are included with your offer letter. If you have any specific questions, please contact the admissions team in your school or department using the contact details on your offer letter.
For questions about payment, please telephone our Student Finance (Fees) team on +44 (0)113 343 6700 or email the Student Finance (Fees) team via firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you require a Student visa to study in the UK, once you have accepted an unconditional offer you will be asked to pay a tuition fee deposit or provide evidence that you are fully funded by a University-recognised sponsor or scholarship. For details about this, visit Tuition fee deposits for Masters applicants.
For information on how to pay as a self-funding student, visit Paying fees and charges.
For information on what you and your sponsor must provide, visit Sponsored students.