The fees for our research degrees change each year and will be different depending on whether you're a UK/EU or international applicant.
As a postgraduate researcher in the School of Media and Communication, you'll have access to many different funding opportunities to help support your studies. Some are listed below.
Government Postgraduate Doctoral Loan
If you're a UK or EU national, you may be able to apply for a government Postgraduate Doctoral Loan worth over £25,000. This government-backed loan can help contribute towards course fees and living costs while you complete your research.
School of Media and Communication PhD Scholarships
We're offering three PhD scholarships for October 2020 available to UK, EU and International applicants. These fully-funded research scholarships are available for three years full-time or five years part-time research applicants (Home/EU applicants only).
The deadline for applying for these scholarships has now passed.
Leeds Doctoral Scholarships
The Leeds Doctoral Scholarship offers a number of funded scholarships across many disciplines and is awarded in recognition of excellence.
AHC Doctoral Scholarships 2020
Two AHC Doctoral Scholarships are available for UK, EU and International applicants. These fully-funded research scholarships are available for three years full-time or five years part-time study.
Find out more and apply.
If you're a former student of the University of Leeds, you may be eligible for a 10% alumni tuition fee bursary.
Sports Scholarships ensure our athletes are able to compete at the highest level, whilst studying at the University of Leeds.
The Sanctuary Scholarship is open to forced migrants to the United Kingdom (a person displaced from their homeland or place of residence for political, economic, ethnic, environmental, or human rights pressures).
- Arts and Humanities Research Council White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities Studentships
- Economic and Social Research Council White Rose Social Sciences Doctoral Training Partnership Studentships
You may be eligible for extra financial help if you have a disability or are in financial hardship.