Masters Grants/Funding

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I am in the process of applying for a masters in Cancer Research for the academic year Sept. 2019/20
I am applying quite late so, I have missed quite a lot of the university scholarships and bursary deadlines (I would have been entitled to them).

Was wondering if anyone knew of any funding options or grants for example for students from low-income families, low economic areas, women in STEM, etc. ?
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(Original post by MsGreen25)
I am in the process of applying for a masters in Cancer Research for the academic year Sept. 2019/20
I am applying quite late so, I have missed quite a lot of the university scholarships and bursary deadlines (I would have been entitled to them).

Was wondering if anyone knew of any funding options or grants for example for students from low-income families, low economic areas, women in STEM, etc. ?
Assuming you mean other than what Student Finance have, I don't know of many grants for low-income and the rest. For women in STEM, there is a campaign called WISE that support a number of scholarships: https://www.wisecampaign.org.uk/wise-network/funding/. Alternatively, check with the relevant professional institutions to see if they offer anything.

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