For information about fees, scholarships and part-time employment, see:
It is a condition of entry that all graduate students must satisfy the University that they have adequate funds to support themselves throughout their periods of study. The University requires students to supply a satisfactory financial guarantee before admission to confirm that they have adequate funds to cover both tuition, and maintenance fees.
Tuition fees include charges for tuition, examination and registration and a contribution towards the cost of membership of the Student Union. Tuition fees are subject to annual review and, accordingly, are liable to rise in each year of a student's programme of study. They are expected to rise broadly in line with inflation. Students from Member States of the European Union are charged fees at the 'home' student rate. If you are in doubt as to your fee status, consult the University's fees pages.
Tuition fees may be paid in one or two instalments. Payment may be made by cheque, direct debit or credit card.
For further details about fees, and the cost of living in Bristol see the University's fees pages.
Full information, including how to apply, can be accessed via the main Postgraduate Degrees page under the headings Postgraduate Research Funding and Specific Research Studentships and Scholarships.
Law postgraduate students may be able to apply for: University Research Scholarships, International Research Scholarships, and the DFID Shared Scholarship Scheme. Please note that competition for scholarships at Bristol is extremely fierce each year. Further details, plus information about other funding sources, can be obtained from the Student Funding Office. Additional information is available from the Postgraduate Prospectus.
A number of part-time teaching assistant posts are available within the School of Law. These vary from year to year. All current research students who have completed one year of study are eligible to apply. Appointments are made on the basis of merit and subject specialism. Further information can be obtained from the Head of the School of Law, Professor Keith Stanton.
Some casual employment within the University may be available, both in term-time and in vacation, provide that this is compatible with the academic requirements of your programme. For further details about part time employment opportunities, contact the Job-Shop, in the Careers Service, University of Bristol, 5 Tyndall Avenue, Bristol, BS8 1UD: (Tel: +44 (0)117 928 8221).