Fees and scholarships
You will be sent confirmation of your course fees with your offer letter.
Tuition fees—home, EU and international students
The University Student Fees and Finance pages has details of current course fees and advice.
In addition to tuition fees, you will also need to take living expenses into consideration. Please see:
The majority of masters students studying in the UK are self-funded, but there are a few opportunities for funding.
Funding opportunities—home, EU and international students
Explore your funding opportunities well in advance—we recommend that you begin researching at least a year before your proposed start date.
The University Graduate School funding information page is a good places to start looking for help with the cost of your postgraduate studies.
Please see the International Office for a comprehensive guide to funding for International Students.
Student Services has a comprehensive section on Student Funding, with information on sources of finance available from Government agencies and the University.
School of Computer Science Postgraduate Taught Scholarships
High Achievers' Postgraduate Taught International Scholarships
Please note that these High Achievers' scholarships are NOT available to the awardees of other University of Nottingham full tuition fee scholarships.
Open to international fee paying students enrolled on one of the postgraduate taught programmes listed below in the Session 2017/18 and remaining enrolled as at 1 December 2017.
£2000 for first-class degree or equivalent international qualification for the following programmes:
- MSc in Computer Science G405
£1000 first-class degree or equivalent international qualification for international fee paying students on the following programmes:
- MSc in Human Computer Interaction G440
Please note that for degrees awarded overseas, the degree classification must be equivalent to the appropriate UK classification, and in some cases there is not a direct match.
No application form is required for these School postgraduate taught scholarships. Cheques will be automatically generated and issued to successful students at the appropriate time.