Government funded places
The University is offering 10 government funded places for students looking to start this programme in September 2018 who are classed as resident in the UK. To check your eligibility for a government funded place on the course, please see the Association of Educational Psychologists training guidance. We strongly recommend that you check you eligibility prior to starting an application and can meet the requirements.
This funding will cover your tuition fees and either a bursary towards living expenses for all three years, or a combination of bursary in year 1, followed by a placement salary in years 2 and 3. This will be confirmed to you at an appropriate point.
Find out more about how to apply.
Home/EU self-funded applicants
We also welcome applications from Home/EU students looking to self-fund their studies. For information on fees for September 2018, please see our Postgraduate Fees table for Home/EU students.
Financial support is available for this programme and the Doctoral student loans will be introduced in the UK for the first time in 2018. If you're a UK or EU student, you may be able to borrow up to £25,000 to help pay your fees, living costs and other expenses. Visit the GOV UK website for more information.
Self-funded applicants must meet the same entry criteria as those applying for a government funded place. All self-funded applications will be assessed against the same criteria as those applying for a government-funded place. A single interview and selection process will be used by the University.