School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape

Funding and Scholarships

Funding and Scholarships

Funding opportunities can arise throughout the year, details are added to these pages when available.

Undergraduate Funding

The University offers a range of scholarships and fee discounts for undergraduate students. To find out more about what is on offer please visit the scholarships and bursaries pages.

Postgraduate Funding

Postgraduate International Scholarship Scheme 2016

For eligibility details and how to apply please read the Postgraduate International Scholarship Award Guidance (PDF:24KB) then complete the Postgraduate International Scholarship Award Application Form (PDF:12.8KB).

Urban Energy Fees Scholarship Awards

These full fees awards are specifically for applicants studying for the MSc or MRes in Urban Energy.  For eligibility details and how to apply please read the Urban Energy Scholarship Award Guidance (PDF:106 KB) then complete the Urban Energy application form (PDF:25.2 KB).

20% fees discount for Newcastle University graduates

Graduates of Newcastle University receive a 20% discount on their postgraduate tuition fees, to find out more visit the University's tuition fees web page.

The University's Postgraduate Guide to Funding pages contain lots of useful information including opportunities available, tuition fees, living expenses and a searchable funding database.

PhD Funding

When available, PhD studentships are also advertised on our main news page. You can find out about other sources of funding via the University's postgraduate funding database.

Funded PhD Studentship in Urban Studies

The School is pleased to offer a funded studentship for doctoral research, based in the Global Urban Research Unit (GURU).  The studentship, to begin in October 2016, is part of a major investment by the University in interdisciplinary urban studies.

The PhD will be supervised by Professor Roger Burrows, newly appointed Professor of Cities, and Professor Steve Graham. The studentship is for research in any area of substantive empirical urban studies that could be supervised by Burrows and Graham, however preference is likely to be given to candidates able to offer a credible proposal critically examining contemporary developments in digital (and other) technologies in relation to the built environment, urban infrastructures, mobilities and the contemporary city more generally. Critical work on the smart city, digital civics, big data, social urbanism, the sharing economy, urban science and so on, would be especially welcome.

A new post-doctoral research associate will be appointed at the same time to work in this area of research and, together, we hope to form a critical mass of researchers, at different career stages, working on a broadly common research agenda.  

For full details, and how to apply, please see the Studentship advert (APL19) (PDF: 255 KB)

Awards and prizes

We offer a number of awards and prizes for undergraduate and postgraduate students. We are grateful to all our benefactors for their support.