Fees and scholarships
Funding for UK students
The following scholarships are available for applicants eligible for home fees:
School of Chemistry scholarships
The School of Chemistry is pleased to offer a number of scholarships to assist with bench fees to applicants with exceptional research potential. Applications are accepted year round.
School of Chemistry Everett scholarship
Joint funding from industry and the SoC, earmarked for the field of colloid science.
Postgraduate loan for master's degree's
International Scholarship Opportunities
The following opportunities are available for international applicants:
University of Bristol - China Scholarship Council scholarship. 40 joint scholarships for PhD research across the University were made available for 19/20 entry.
Applications have now closed for 2020/21 entry but further information will be displayed here for 2021/22 opportunities in due course.
Conacyt Scholarships. The University of Bristol is pleased to announce its partnership with Conacyt, Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (Mexico's National Council of Science and Technology). Applications have closed for 2020/21 entry.
Colfuturo Scholarship-Loan. Financial assistance of up $25,000 for Columbian students to pursue study abroad. Please see the Colfuturo website for furter details.
Zutshi-Smith Scholarship. This award covers the full cost for an Indian student to undertake a PhD course at the University of Bristol. The scholarship is generously funded by the legacy of the late Dr Derek Zutshi (MB ChB 1957, Hon LLD 1999) who passed away in 2007. Applicants must be ordinarily resident in India, and preference will be given to applicants of Kashmiri origin. The scholarship is fully-funded and will be available for up to 4 years of study. It covers: University of Bristol tuition fees; an annual living stipend in line with Research UK funding levels; one return flight to/from India, and; an allowance for research costs. Applications have closed for 2020/21 entry.
Commonwealth Scholarship. Citizens of developing Commonwealth countries may be eligible for funding from the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission for master's and PhD study. Further information relating to 2020/21 entry will be available here from August 2019. Applications have closed for 2020/21 entry.
2020/21 Petroleum Technology Development Fund Overseas Scholarship. Provides financial support to Nigerian candidates for MSc and PhD study in the Uk in research areas relating to the development of petroleum technology. Further information about the scholarship and details about eligibility can be found here.
The University scholarship database contains further information on scholarships offered by the University of Bristol and external organisations.