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Postgraduate fees and funding 2014/15
£8.5m Scholarship Fund
At Kent we value our postgraduate students and the contribution they make to the University and the wider intellectual community.
We allocate over £6.5 million from our own funds and attract an additional £2 million to provide a variety of financial support opportunities for postgraduate students. These range from a generous number of research student scholarships, through to location-specific funding, sport and music scholarships, and funding specifically for overseas (non-EU) fee-paying students.
Postgraduate fees for the academic year 2014/15 have not yet been finalised. However, as a guide only, the 2013/14 fees can be found in the fees table on our finance site.
Fee paying categories
UK or European Union fee status depends on your nationality and residency. In general, students paying the UK or EU fee should have 'settled status' under UK immigration regulations prior to the start of their course, or students holding full European Union nationality should have been resident in the European Economic Area for non-educational purposes for three years prior to the start of their course. The UK/EU category also includes EU students with indefinite leave to remain in the UK.
Payment of tuition fees
There are two main ways of paying:
- In full – this qualifies for a 2% discount if cleared funds are received in full by 31 August 2014. The discount can be deducted from the payment
- In two instalments – 50% on or before registration and 50% by 1 December 2014. The instalment plan needs to be set up online at https://epay.kent.ac.uk/epay
The information given on these web pages is correct at the time of publishing. The University reserves the right to modify or cancel any statements and accepts no responsibility for the consequences of any such changes.