Find sources of funding for school, undergraduate, and postgraduate study and for undertaking research in the UK, and access knowledge about other funding opportunities in the UK. Whichever scholarship, grant or award is best for you, we can help you to find it.
For many years now, British schools and universities have been attracting hundreds of thousands of EU and international students. Whilst many students are able to provide for themselves, others may be in need of some financial help.
Since the departure of the UK from the European Union, it is up to each university to award scholarships to European students. Please visit their websites to find out more, or visit the following pages about scholarships which have been developed by 49 UK universities for EU students:
Tips can be found on our Study UK website for making your money go further whilst studying, including information on student discounts and cost of living.
Current opportunities for funding with British Council France
- Entente Cordiale "Herbert Smith Freehills - Cercle Montesquieu" postgraduate law scholarships
- Entente Cordiale scholarships
Funding for undergraduate studies
Tuition fees can vary depending on where and what you will study, from £11, 000, up to £40,000.
The UCAS website has the latest information on tuition fees at undergraduate level.
Our dedicated Study UK, Discover You website provides first-hand information about specific undergraduate scholarships or funding. You can find more information for scholarships for all types of studies, including undergraduate studies on the Study UK, Discover You.
Funding for postgraduate study and research
The minimum cost is £11, 000 per year, although some Masters degrees cost significantly more than this (up to £50,000). If you need to apply for extra funding there are several organisations that may be able to help with tuition fee costs and/or living expenses. It is important to apply early, as deadlines for applications can be up to a year before your course or research begins.
UKRI promotes and supports postgraduate study and research in UK universities across all academic fields. You can check whether they offer funding programmes that apply to you.
A useful summary of different funding sources can also be found on the Prospects website, which specialises in information concerning postgraduate study and career opportunities.