Postgraduate research scholarship - Computing

Canterbury, ENGLAND | about 2 years ago


School of Computing Scholarships (taught MSc)


The School of Computing offers scholarships worth up to approximately £4900 to students of any nationality registering on our standard taught Masters courses [1]. These are awarded on the basis of academic merit.

Note - funding is guaranteed for all eligible overseas (non-EU) students with the equivalent of a UK First Class Honours degree.

  • Further details and how to apply [2]

University Overseas Scholarships (taught MSc)


The University of Kent offers scholarships worth £5000 to overseas (non-EU) students registering on our taught postgraduate courses [3]. These are awarded on the basis of academic merit.

Advice - applicants for University Overseas Scholarships are recommended to also apply for a School of Computing Scholarship (see below). Applying for both increases your chance of securing some funding.

  • Further details and how to apply on the International Development site [4]

Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship (bachelor's, master's or PhD)


A Recipients receive €7,000 (or equivalent) and all recipients and finalists will be invited to attend Google's annual Scholars' Retreat.

Entry is open to female students studying computer science at a university in Europe, Middle East or Africa.

  • Further details and how to apply on Google's website [5]

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)


EPSRC offers postgraduate awards for research or advanced courses by means of quota allocations and open competition. Some research awards are available in collaboration with industry.

Applications should be made through the school in which the proposed study or research is to be undertaken (not through EPSRC).

  • Contact the School of Computing [6] to check if any EPSRC awards are available for the upcoming academic year.
  • EPSRC website has details of available funding. [7]


School of Computing Scholarships (taught MSc)


The School of Computing offers scholarships worth up to approximately £4900 to students of any nationality registering on our standard taught Masters courses [1]. These are awarded on the basis of academic merit.

Note - funding is guaranteed for all eligible overseas (non-EU) students with the equivalent of a UK First Class Honours degree.

  • Further details and how to apply [2]

University Overseas Scholarships (taught MSc)


The University of Kent offers scholarships worth £5000 to overseas (non-EU) students registering on our taught postgraduate courses [3]. These are awarded on the basis of academic merit.

Advice - applicants for University Overseas Scholarships are recommended to also apply for a School of Computing Scholarship (see below). Applying for both increases your chance of securing some funding.

  • Further details and how to apply on the International Development site [4]

Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship (bachelor's, master's or PhD)


A Recipients receive €7,000 (or equivalent) and all recipients and finalists will be invited to attend Google's annual Scholars' Retreat.

Entry is open to female students studying computer science at a university in Europe, Middle East or Africa.

  • Further details and how to apply on Google's website [5]

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)


EPSRC offers postgraduate awards for research or advanced courses by means of quota allocations and open competition. Some research awards are available in collaboration with industry.

Applications should be made through the school in which the proposed study or research is to be undertaken (not through EPSRC).

  • Contact the School of Computing [6] to check if any EPSRC awards are available for the upcoming academic year.
  • EPSRC website has details of available funding. [7]


School of Computing
Student funding
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Other postgraduate funding opportunities
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