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Aston Masters finance

In order to fund an Aston Masters, the majority of students apply for a Professional & Career Development Loan (PCDL) to supplement scholarships, savings and part-time work in funding their course.

Aston Masters vary in cost and tuition fees are listed on individual courses. If you are already an Aston Graduate, you can benefit from 20% discounted course fees as well additional scholarships and bursaries.

Your money goes further in Birmingham, as the city offers a low cost of living, and accommodation costs are very reasonable. The estimated cost of living is £800 per month (includes accommodation, food, books, clothes, local travel, and spending money).

Additional financial support from the
Access to Learning Fund may also be available to UK students.

At Aston we offer a range of support and advice on money matters, should you need it during your application or when you arrive.

Funds for you Aston Masters

Funds may be obtained from:

  • A research council

  • A government department

  • A Local Authority

  • A charity

  • A School of Study at Aston University

  • Banks offering loan schemes such as Career Development Loans

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