Scholarships and Funding
HAPP are proud to be part of a range of doctoral training partnerships and funding schemes. There are a range of generous scholarships and funding opportunities from Undergraduate to Postgraduate. Find out more by following the links to all scholarship opportunities.
The University will provide a full tuition-fee waiver to an exceptional female student from the USA who wishes to pursue study in a field related to politics, conflict transformation or human rights.
This award, created in the former Senator’s name, honours her long-standing commitment to peace, stability and education.
Find out about the Hillary Rodham Clinton Scholarship
The £11.2m project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), is part of a national network of Doctoral Training Partnerships which brings together the cutting-edge expertise and exceptional resources of Queen’s, Newcastle University, Durham University and their partners for the training and development of outstanding Arts and Humanities postgraduate researchers.
This DTP will focus on the provision of exceptional Postgraduate social sciences training, offering over 50 fully-funded studentships per year to outstanding researchers. NINE is an exciting collaboration with 7 other partner institutions - University of Newcastle, Durham University, Ulster University, University of Northumbria, University of Sunderland and Teesside University.
LINCS is £1m collaboration between the Centre for Secure Information Technologies and The Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice providing 30 doctoral students with three year scholarships over seven years, working at the interface between the social sciences and electronic engineering.
A Horizon2020 funded Marie Skłodowska-Curie doctoral training programme that supports interdisciplinary PhD students at Queen’s University Belfast.
At its core, the SPaRK Programme is driven by the need to develop future leaders whose skills combine disciplinary excellence with a capacity for interdisciplinary, intersectoral and international (3i) working that creates genuinely disruptive thinkers.
The DfE Studentships are funded by the Department for the Economy (DFE), formerly Department for Employment and Learning (DEL).
The studentship may cover maintenance and fees for a maximum of three years. UK residents: fees plus maintenance Other EU residents: fees only
Mary McNeill, author of The life and times of Mary Ann McCracken, was a leading figure in the Irish Association. One scholarship to the value of £5,000 is available for well–qualified students enrolling in the one–year MA in Irish Studies at the Queen’s University of Belfast in September 2022. 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 bursary covering part of their student fees.
Application deadline 22 April 2022 Further details
Fulbright Scholarship, MA Global Security and Borders
In partnership with the Fulbright Commission, Queen’s University is offering a scholarship award for the Masters in Global Security and Borders within the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics. This unique opportunity offers a significant financial and support package for a student to join Queen’s and undertake the 1 year Masters programme taught by world leading experts who have been awarded grants by UK and EU funding bodies to undertake research on the interaction of borders and security.Find out more about this Scholarship
GB Undergraduate Scholarships
Hear about the generous Undergraduate GB Scholarship from a Queen's student, including reduced tuition and accommodation fees, flights home and lots of other great lifestyle perks.