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Fees and funding


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Funding 2018–19


The School of Mathematical Sciences is pleased to offer a number of generous scholarships to students across its programmes.  These are in addition to the range of other bursaries and scholarships offered by Queen Mary University of London and by our partner organisations, across all disciplines. 

Click here for more information about general scholarships and bursaries open to all Queen Mary postgraduate applicants

The additional scholarship opportunities currently available for applicants to the School of Mathematical Sciences are as follows:

Scholarship Course Number Value Home/EU/Overseas
Mathematical Finance Academic Excellence Award MSc Mathematical Finance 5 £5000 Home/EU/Overseas
Mathematics Academic Excellence Award MSc Mathematics 5 £3000 Home/Eu/Overseas
Network Science Academic Excellence Award MSc Network Science 5 £5000 Home/EU/Overseas
Financial Computing Academic Excellence Award MSc Financial Computing 5 £5000 Home/EU/Overseas

How do I apply for funding?

There is no need to complete a separate application form to be considered for any of the Mathematical Sciences Scholarships listed above. Students will be considered for an award on the basis of the information they provide in their online application to Queen Mary University of London.

You must apply to your preferred MSc programme by Friday 15th June in order to be considered for a scholarship. 

Exceptional candidates applying after this date may be considered for a scholarship if awards are still available. Successful candidates will be informed of their award via email.  You will need to confirm your intention to take up the scholarship place within two weeks of receipt of this email, including paying a small fee deposit.  Further instructions will be provided.

Please note School of Mathematical Sciences scholarships are subject to university-wide Terms and Conditions as well as any course/School/Faculty conditions or criteria outline.

The majority of our scholarships are competitive and as such students will need to have achieved grades equivalent to a UK First Class or Upper Second Class Bachelor’s degree or an overseas equivalent to be considered. For overseas equivalents please refer to the relevant country page on our website, here.

If you have any questions about Scholarships available to applicants within the School of Mathematical Sciences, please contact

Other bursaries and scholarships

Information regarding alternative sources of funding, such as Chevening Scholarships and the QMUL Alumni Loyalty Award can be found here.

Postgraduate Loans (Home and EU students)

The government’s Postgraduate Loan offers up to £10,280 per programme for 2017 entrants on to masters degrees. The Loan is available for any taught masters programme as well as Master of Research (MRes), including part-time study. You must be aged under 60 on 1 August of the year in which you start your programme, and other eligibility criteria will also apply. If you already hold a masters degree or higher level qualification, you won’t normally be eligible for this Loan.

Get more information about how to apply, eligibility criteria, payment information, and loan repayments, including salary scales and interest rates from QMUL’s Postgraduate Funding advice guide or read about the Loan on

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