The University's funding database will help you to locate specific funding opportunities.
Newcastle University and ICCHS at Newcastle University have been exceptionally successful in the recent past in gaining Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funding for our MA, MPhil and PhD students, as part of the first Block Grant Partnership Scheme, BGP1. That scheme has now come to an end.
The university has recently made an application to the AHRC under the second phase of the Block Grant Partnership, BGP2, for funding of future PhD students across the Arts and Humanities. We will know the result of this application in the Autumn of 2014.
For more information about deadlines and how to apply for AHRC scholarships, see our AHRC funding page.
Newcastle University offers a large number of partial scholarships to prospective international postgraduate students.
International students may be eligible to apply for funding from their own governments or educational bodies, especially for PhD level research. You are advised to investigate these possibilities with your governmental or educational bodies as early as possible as many sources of funding have application deadlines in advance of those followed in the UK. EU students are also eligible to apply for AHRC funding. See AHRC website for more information.