PhD - Fees and Funding

Fees

PhD, MPhil by Thesis, LLM by thesis, other research degrees

The fees listed in this section apply to all programmes unless specified in the Tuition Fees Table  For all Henley Business School course fees, including the Henley DBA, please also see Tuition Fees Table.  If you are unsure of the fee for the particular programme you are interested in, please check on the Tuition Fees table or contact the Admissions Office (pgadmissions@reading.ac.uk).

UK & EU STUDENTS - The fees for students starting programmes in 2013/14 are as follows:

Students working full-time at the University£3,900
Students working full-time away from the University**£1,950
Students working part-time at the University£2,145
Students working part-time away from the University**£1,073

 

INTERNATIONAL (NON-EU) STUDENTS - The fees for students starting programmes in 2013/14 are as follows:

Fees for 2013/4Laboratory based subjectsNon-Laboratory based subjects
Students working full-time at the University£15,000£12,600
Students working full-time away from the University**£7,500£6,300
Students working part-time at the University£8,250£6,930
Students working part-time away from the University**£4,125£3,465

** Working away from the University usually applies to students who are working in approved institutions where research facilities are available, while pursuing research towards a higher degree with the supervision of both the University of Reading and the other institution.

PhD Studentships

Henley Business School offers competitively-awarded studentships to full-time PhD students in International Business and Strategy, Marketing and Reputation; and Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour with outstanding academic backgrounds.

A PhD Studentship pays full tuition fees for the first year of study and is renewable for a further two years, subject to progress. It also provides an annual maintenance stipend of around £15,000 for three years. Successful applicants will be expected to undertake some unpaid teaching duties (up to four hours per week in term-time) within the School.

See how to apply. The closing date for Studentship applications is 30 June 2013.

Fee remission

We also welcome PhD applications from externally and self-funded students. Fee remission at the home/EU rate may be offered to strong candidates (distinction or high merit at Masters level) who apply with their own funding.

Other sources of funding

We also put our most promising applicants forward for ESRC awards and University of Reading Studentships. Additional University-wide sources of funding may also be available.

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