Scholarships and Funding Opportunities

Browse suggestions for scholarships and student funding that are of relevance for postgraduate research programmes delivered by the School of Health in Social Science.

Please note deadlines for funding applications vary for each funding source

Please make sure to check the specific deadlines for the funding opportunities you wish to apply for and make sure that you submit your application in good time.

In order to be eligible to apply for funding, you must have submitted your application to study at the University of Edinburgh and have been issued with a University User Name (UUN number).

University's Scholarship and Student Funding pages

The Burdett Trust for Nursing is providing funding for a 1 year, full-time, Scholarship for the MSc by Research (Nursing) for a Home (UK student) and an International student for a September 2024 start.

The development of a risk assessment tool for under 18 year-olds who display harmful sexual behaviour, both offline and online. Application deadline: 5pm, 19th April 2024.

The University will offer PhD scholarships for students starting their PhD research at the University in the 2024-2025 academic session.

The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Research Award Scheme is designed to attract high quality students applying for PhD research.

The University of Edinburgh is a member institution of the Scotland-wide Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) which is funded and accredited by the Social and Economic Research Council (ESRC). The DTP provides world-class postgraduate research and training in the social sciences across a wide range of disciplines, known as ‘Units of Assessment’.

The Advanced Care Research Centre at the University of Edinburgh is a new £20m interdisciplinary research collaboration aiming to transform later life with person-centred integrated care. Apply for this PhD studentship and find out more.

The Medical Research Council clinical research training fellowship scheme supports clinicians to undertake a PhD or other higher research degree. Nurses and Midwives and Clinical Psychologists are encouraged to apply.

As part of a strategy to increase psychological education and skills development across disciplines in Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), NHS Education for Scotland (NES) provides funding for CAMHS practitioners working in NHS Scotland.