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    Dear all,

    I have been offered a place to do a taught MA in Translation Studies at the University of Nottingham, starting in Sept, 2017. Even though I'm very happy about this, I'm a bit stressed out about the funding-my-studies question. I'm planning to apply for the SFE loan, but I would like to know about some other alternatives too, just in case. I know the university offers the EU Masters Scholarship, even though there are only 10 available,so the possibilities of being awarded that one are quite slim... I've been searching online, but I'm at a lost, really, and don't know where to start from. Do you, EU masters' students, know of ANY other source of funding for European students?

    Thanks in advance
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    No. Funding for Masters, for EU students, in the humanities, is almost non-existent. You'll have to pay.
 
 
 
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