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February 3, 2012

Posted by qmresearchers in Uncategorized.

QMUL Jobs Blog

This is just the book I’ve been looking for. Given the cuts in postgraduate funding and university departments it can feel like it’s all bad news for anyone considering postgraduate study. This book is the light at the end of the tunnel.

For most people postgraduate study is expensive. Some will be lucky enough to gain funding from public research bodies or industry, but often masters and PhD students pay their own way through part-time work and savings. However, as this book points out, there are alternative funding options out there.

By alternative funding, this guide means funding from charities and trusts. Often overlooked or unknown, the voluntary sector gave out £4.5 billion last year alone. So if you’ve been unsuccessful in your application to traditional bodies, you should definitely consider applying to these organisations and check out this guide*.

Because there are so many charities out there – many…

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