School of Business and Management

Sources of Funding

Becas Chile

QMUL have partnered with CONICYT, the Chilean government's scholarship-awarding body, to co-fund PhDs across all subject areas. The applications for a CONICYT scholarship is separate to the application for admission to QMUL. Applicants must make two separate applications. For information Please refer QMUL CONICyt webpage.

Becas Pronabec- Presidente de la Republica

The Ministry of Education of Peru, through the National Program of Scholarships and Educational Loans (PRONABEC) funds Peruvians to study for a Doctorate studies. Details can be found here.

Children of Alumni Award

The Children of Alumni Loyalty Award gives £1000 of year-1 overseas fees for children of international alumni. Details can be found here.

China Council Scholarship 

Since 2007, Queen Mary University of London and the China Scholarship Council (CSC) have been offering joint scholarships to Chinese students from leading universities in the People's Republic of China for doctoral study at Queen Mary. [Learn more]

Colfututro

The colfuturo scholarship is available to Colombian nationals looking to pursue their PhD Study. For information about the funding and application producers, applicants should refer to QMUL webpage and Colfututro website.

Commonwealth Scholarships (high income countries)

Commonwealth Scholarships offers scholarships to talented individuals from high income commonwealth countries for full time doctoral studies. Further details can be found here.

Applicants should refer to the Commonwealth website for eligibility and application procedure.

Commonwealth Scholarships (low and middle income countries)

Commonwealth Scholarships offers scholarships to talented individuals who have the potential to make change. Applicants need to show that their research subject fits into one of the six key areas.

Applicants should refer to the Commonwealth website for eligibility and application procedure.

CONACyT

The Mexican government runs the CONACyT scholarship scheme for Mexican nationals wishing to pursue PhD study at overseas institutions. To apply for this scheme applicants should refer to the CONACyT website and follow the application procedures.

Fulbright Commission

The Fulbright Commission scholarships available to US nationals looking to pursue PhD study. To apply for this scheme applicants should refer to the Fulbright Commission and follow the application procedures.

London Interdisciplinary Social Science DTP

The Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) funds the London Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership (LISS DTP) for PhD or Masters+PhD study at Queen Mary. This DTP is in partnership with Kings College London and Imperial College. 

It provides social science research students with a unique opportunity to join and develop a research community that springs from the interface between the social science disciplines with health and medicine, the natural and physical sciences, engineering, and the arts and humanities.

RCUK Research Studentships are usually restricted to Home and EU students researching particular subject areas. There is no separate application process for these awards. For further information please see here.

Marshall Scholarships

The Marshall scholarships is available to US nationals looking to pursue PhD study at UK institution in any field of study. To apply for this scheme applicants should refer to the Marshall Scholarships website and follow the application procedures.

Pakistan HEC-QMUL PhD Scholarships

The Higher Education Commission of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan runs a variety of scholarship schemes for Pakistani nationals wishing to pursue PhD study at overseas institutions.

QMUL partners with the HEC in one of these schemes – the 90% Overseas Scholarship scheme. To apply for this scheme applicants should refer to the HEC website and follow the application procedures. Details can be found on the HEC website.

Queen Mary Alumni Loyalty Award

The Alumni Loyalty Award is open to all Queen Mary graduates enrolling on a postgraduate degree programme who are self-funding at least £1000 of their tuition fees. Further details can be found here.

The Alan Turing Institute studentships

The Alan Turing Institute studentships are new for 2019, come with a generous stipend (£20,500/yr) and are available across 12 of our academic Schools and Institutes, all with a link to Data Science or Artificial Intelligence.

See here for more information.

Self-funding a PhD

The School of Business and Management accepts applications from candidates intending to self-fund their PhD studies. Students whose fees are not paid directly to the university via a third party organisation are classed as self-funded. It should be noted that the School of Business and Management does not allow full-time PhD students to do paid work of more than six hours per week.