Study your Masters at The University of Edinburgh – funding available – apply now

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Study your postgraduate degree at a leading global university.

Be open to possibilities. Be open to the extraordinary.

We’re one of the world’s top universities, consistently ranked in the world top 50* and placed 22nd in the 2024 QS World University Rankings

Joining the University as a student provides you with a unique opportunity to work with some of the most influential academics in your chosen field. At Edinburgh, you will develop your specialist skills, deepen your understanding and gain new insights and perspectives to equip you for your career ahead.

As a leading global university, we’re confident education will play a vital role solving the problems of tomorrow too.

We have long enjoyed a spirit of innovation and collaboration, bringing people with new outlooks and perspectives together in an international community. And as host to more than 45,000 students from some 156 countries, we’re a wonderfully diverse mix of people of all kinds and minds.

However you personally prefer to study, we offer a range of postgraduate learning to suit your needs. This includes taught degrees, professional qualifications, full- or part-time, on campus or online study options.

Find your Masters programme today

Explore our full range of postgraduate programmes, and study options, on our degree finder.

Funding and scholarships

Postgraduate study can be a significant financial commitment; however, the range of funding sources available may surprise you. We offer several postgraduate scholarships and studentships to outstanding candidates. Find out more about the postgraduate funding available on our scholarships and student funding webpages.

*Times Higher Education World Rankings

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Who is eligible to apply?

Funding applies to:

UK, EU and International applicants – see our website for funding opportunities

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