Our students are funded in a wide range of ways:
- Studentships available to work with specific principal investigators eg funded by UK Research Council CASE awards or EU grants: these may be advertised via our on the University Jobs web site (see the link to Studentships) with details of eligibility etc. and are generally to be found in .
- Research assistant posts with specific principal investigators: these are similarly advertised
- Studentships available through four-year PhD programmes (eg Biosciences, Developmental Mechanisms and Stem Cell Biology) are advertised by the programmes and by the University on the central Jobs website (see link to Studentships).
- Scholarships/studentships/bursaries are available from University Trusts and Colleges and there are various options for Home, EU and Overseas students and for various subject specialities: more information is available via the link to University finance information. This includes a searchable funding database.
- Scholarships and other types of funding may be available from students' own countries: seek advice locally
- Funding is also available from relevant learned societies: principal investigators may be able to help advise you
- Self-funding, from savings or family contribution is also possible.
Potential students should start to research funding sources a year or more ahead of when they hope to start their degree programme, and .