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Dorottya Cserzo, part-time PhD student in Language and Communication, was successful in her application for funding from the Sidney Perry Foundation
Many organisations offer funding for postgraduate courses although they’re unlikely to cover full expenses.
Receiving funding from various sources looks good on your CV – particularly in academic careers.
It can vary from a few hundred pounds to several thousand. Bear in mind that it’s often meant to be partial funding so you may need to apply to more than one source. In fact, when you gain funding other organisations are more likely to see you as a credible investment and may also offer support.
Funding is usually awarded based on economic hardship, academic excellence or both.
There are often other eligibility requirements based on the subject studied or place of residence.
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