Details of all the School funding can be found on this page. Be sure to revisit this page frequently and check the site news items throughout the year as funding becomes available.
International applicants holding an unconditional offer can apply for scholarships payable towards tuition fees. The University Graduate School website has details on the different funding options available.
Queen's University Belfast has a dedicated International Office to assist international student coming to study with us. Please click the link provided to find out more information on International Postgraduate Scholarships
Postgraduate Taught funding (Masters)
Postgraduate Research funding (PhD)
To mark the award of an honorary degree to Hillary Rodham Clinton on 10.10.2018, Queen’s Faculty of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences announced an Early Career Fellowship and two MA Scholarships for exceptional female students from the USA.
A prestigious three-year fellowship, to begin in academic year 2019-20, will provide an exciting opportunity for one early career academic to undertake a significant piece of publishable work and a public lecture. Reflecting Secretary Clinton’s interests and career the Fellowship is open to outstanding early career researchers in the following broad areas: conflict transformation; global security and borders; human rights including women’s rights and children’s rights; international law; international politics; international relations; women in politics. The fixed starting point salary is £36,261 plus a maximum of £4,000 research expenses.
Prestigious MA scholarships will be awarded to exceptional female students from the USA, honouring Secretary Clinton’s long-standing commitment to peace, stability and education. One award will be offered for academic year 2019-20 and a second award for 2020-21.
This exciting opportunity will allow female USA students to pursue study in a field related to politics, conflict transformation or human rights. Three of the five MA programmes are in the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics: MA Global Security and Borders; MA Politics and MA Violence, Terrorism and Security. The University will provide a full tuition-fee waiver for each scholarship award.
To find out more about these highly competitive awards, contact: Dr Mike Bourne, Director of Graduate Studies, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics.
Applications for an Early Career Fellowship Open November 2018
Applications for Scholarships Open on Wednesday 31 October 2018 for 2019 entry
Visit 'The Hillary Rodham Clinton Award for Peace and Reconciliation' for full details
There are many different funding streams for postgraduate research students.
The Faculty of AHSS have released 3 new International Scholarships that are available for students with a January/February 2019 start. To find out more click here
Click here to links to the funding opportunities which are centrally administered for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. This includes:
Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Programme: closing date Wednesday 9th January 2019
NINE: closing date 18 January 2019
DFE: Closing date TBC
LINCS brings together the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation and Social Justice (ISCTSJ) and the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) to develop a distinctive cohort of doctoral students working across the boundaries of their disciplines who will open up new avenues of enquiry centred initially on the priority themes and specific PhD projects.
Queen's University / China Scholarship Council PhD Scholarships 2018 - For further information on the CSC and the application procedure, please click here.
You can contact the administrative Research and Postgraduate Team (email@example.com) for programme and funding enquiries.
There are several different scholarships available to postgraduate taught students.
The postgraduate tuition fee loan (PG TFL) for postgraduate study will be:
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The loan scheme is scheduled to launch in June 2017. A dedicated phone line will become available early April 2017.
Further details can be found via Student Finance NI.
The award is offered to 2 full-time applicants for the MA Hsitory (Irish Strand). Feeds will be paid at UK/EU level only. International applicants must make up the difference. There is no maintenance element with this awards.
There is no separate form for this competition. Eligible applicants to MA programmes should indicate that they wish to be considered for funding on their University application form. Consult the MA History co-ordinator for more details (Dr Marie Coleman: email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mary McNeill, author of The life and times of Mary Ann McCracken, and a leading figure in the Irish Association, was a distinguished Irish historian. This scholarship is founded in her memory.
Two scholarships to the value of £3,000 each are available for well–qualified students enrolling in the one–year MA in Irish Studies at the Queen’s University of Belfast in September 2019. This scholarship is open only to residents of the USA or Canada, enrolling as overseas students on this MA course, and will take the form of a fee busary covering part of thier student fees.
Applications will be judged by a panel chaired by the Director of Irish Studies on the basis of academic merit and reasons for taking the course.
Applications for 2019 are now open and close on 3 May 2019
Download an Application Form: McNeill Scholarship 2019
The Peel Prize fund was founded by Sir Robert Peel in 1861 and is awarded annually by the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics to students registering in the MA Politics and MA History. A sum of £1200 will be awarded to one student registering in each Masters programme.
To be eligible for this award, applicants must have accepted an Offer of Study on to the MA History or the MA Politics in the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at QUB commencing in September 2019 on a full-time basis.
Applications to study are available via the QUB Admissions portal and are open now.
How to apply
Applicants should submit a short letter (one side of A4) which outlines how they are best qualified for this award and attach a primary degree transcript which clearly indicates the final degree award (classification and overall percentage, if available).
Letters of application should be emailed to the School Manager, email@example.com and arrive no later than * * 5pm on Monday 15th July 2019 * *
The selected students will be contacted shortly thereafter and arrangements made for payment of the award at September registration.
This award may be held in conjunction with other awards.
The successful applicants must agree to produce a short report on their experiences on the programme.
Queen's Centrally offer many different types Scholasrships and Awards.
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