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Postgraduate students typically fund their own tuition fees and living costs. Some students may receive support from their employers. Grants and loans for postgraduate study are limited but might be available depending on your circumstances. Useful advice and links to assist you in the process of researching funding your studies is available from Student Support.
Appointments with Ulster`s Student Support advisers can be booked at our four campuses.
Applicants from Northern Ireland to the PGCE should contact the appropriate Education and Library Board for details of financial support.
Republic of Ireland Students
All new grant applications are made online to a single awarding authority, Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) through Student Finance.
No maintenance grants will be paid for new entrants on postgraduate courses from the 2012-13 academic year.
Fee grants will continue to be paid for those postgraduate students who previously qualified for the special rate of grant. In addition, based on their means, a further 4,000 postgraduate students will get a €2,000 fee contribution grant. The income threshold for this payment (which will be lower than the standard grant threshold) has not yet been determined.
The Centre for Cross Border Studies each year funds postgraduate students leaving Ireland/Northern Ireland to study in the other region. Read More...
MSc Event Management"When I researched the masters of Event Management programme I knew immediately it was the perfect choice for me. In particular, I felt it was a natural progression from my undergraduate degree and the modules offered enhanced my job.I loved studying at Ulster and there was never a question of doing my masters anywhere else."