Vice-Chancellor's 2020 scholarship
The Vice-Chancellor's 2020 scholarships provide DMU graduates with a tuition fee discount of up to 50 per cent. The discount is available on selected full-time and part-time postgraduate courses running across multiple start dates in the 2016/17 academic session.
The scholarship, based on academic achievement and merit, applies automatically to all DMU Home and EU students who are graduating in 2016 or have graduated within the last two years (2015 or 2014)* and achieved a 2:1 (or equivalent) or above. It is applicable to postgraduate taught programmes as well as research courses including; PhD, MPhil, Master’s by Research and Master’s in Research MRes.
* Courses completed in academic session 2014/15 or 2013/14 will attract a 25 per cent tuition fee discount
Details of which courses are eligible for the discount, along with detailed terms and conditions, can be found on the following faculty pages:
To find out more about postgraduate study at DMU, book your place on one of our postgraduate open days.
Vice-Chancellor's 2020 Scholarship case studies
'It’s given me the chance to live on my own, focus and become a better artist'
'Without the scholarship I would have had to wait a year to start my MA'
'The scholarship is a massive factor in my choosing DMU for my master’s'
'After my MSc I felt a lot more prepared to start my career'
DMU helps Sarah become a master of her own destiny
‘I love DMU so much, it really has changed my life’
'The impact of getting the scholarship was huge'
'It sort of sealed the deal ...'
'When I was told about the scholarship, I got excited!'
'I wanted to diversify. I wanted a broad qualification'
'The sheer diversity of the students brings a whole new slant to things …'
'I had more to learn - and I knew that DMU was the place'
'When I realised I could do my master's at a reduced fee, it was a no-brainer to stay on'
'I was beginning to think I wouldn't be able to afford to continue my studies …'
'The idea of the scholarship really spurred me on to study'
'When I found out I could do it for half the price straight away, there was no decision to make …'
‘I was really devastated to be leaving DMU … the Vice-Chancellor’s 2020 Scholarship made my mind up to come back’
'It didn't take me long to realise that I wouldn't get the opportunity like this again!'