School of Mathematics

Fees and financial aid

Information about tuition fees, living costs, and sources of funding.

Tuition Fees

The tuition fees for the Computational Applied Mathematics MSc programme are available on the Postgraduate Degree Finder.

The fee covers the costs of registration, tuition and examination. 

 

Living Costs

The tuition fee does not cover the costs of accommodation and subsistence in Edinburgh.

The cost of living can vary greatly depending on your lifestyle, budget and spending habits. However, using the University's estimated lower and upper costs of living in Edinburgh, you should expect to pay about £7,500 - £15,000 for living expenses over the year.

 

Scholarships and Funding

Martingale Foundation Scholarships

We are one of the Martingale Foundation's newest university partners. The Martingale Foundation helps provide access to postgraduate mathematics study for UK students facing financial barriers by offering fully-funded MSc and PhD programmes. 

Applications are made via the Martingale Foundation website and are now open. The deadline to apply is Wednesday 25 October 2023.

British Council GREAT Scholarships

The scholarship programme offers financial support to applicants from Malaysia pursuing one year postgraduate study in the School of Mathematics. The scholarship has a value of £10,000 which will be deducted from tuition fees and will be tenable for one academic year. Apply for a GREAT scholarship.

School of Mathematics Postgraduate Funding

School of Mathematics Postgraduate Funding will be available for 2024 entry. Details of funding opportunities will be released in early 2024.

University of Edinburgh Graduate Discount Schemes

These MSc programmes are included in the University’s two tuition fee discount schemes.  The University offers a 10% discount in postgraduate tuition fees for all alumni who have graduated with an undergraduate degree from the University of Edinburgh (conditions apply) or for students who have previously matriculated on a "Visiting Programme" as a non-graduating undergraduate student and completed a minimum of one semester of study at the University of Edinburgh (conditions apply).

Further funding information

Further information about sources of funding, including scholarships and government loans, can be found on the Scholarships & Student Funding website.