We know that choosing to pursue a Master's programme is an important decision, and a substantial investment in yourself.
In addition to the costs of tuition, you should also consider the costs of living in London during your studies and the lifestyle choices that will determine your costs.
Many of the students on our Master's programmes fund their studies through multiple funding sources, combining personal resources with education loans and scholarships.
A Professional and Career Development Loan is a government-backed commercial bank loan that UK residents can use to help pay for work-related learning. Imperial College London is a Professional and Career Development Loans registered Learning Provider, registration number 7477. For more information and to find out which banks offer the loan, see the gov.uk website.
Prodigy Finance is a loan provider for international postgraduate students at the world’s top business schools. The Prodigy Finance loan is available to full time students. You will be eligible to apply for the Prodigy Finance loan once you have a firm offer from us.
Other funding options
You should consider what personal resources are available to you and evaluate your income, assets and your lifestyle expenses. Personal resources reduce your dependency on loans and other financing options.
A number of our students are either wholly or partly sponsored by their employers. Our Recruitment team can advise you about preparing a business case for sponsorship.
Other sources of funding may be found in these publications; The Grants Register (published by Macmillan), Awards for postgraduate study at Commonwealth Universities (Association of Commonwealth Universities) and Study Abroad (UNESCO), as well as on the Imperial College London website.
For UK residents, for further information on financial assistance to support your learning, please visit gov.uk or contact 0800 100 900.
Please note that other sources of funding may be available.
Nothing on this website is or shall be deemed to constitute, financial advice or a recommendation or endorsement in respect of any financial product. You should always check the suitability of the product that is of interest to you. If you are in any doubt as to its suitability, we suggest that you seek independent professional advice.