Harper Adams University Postgraduate

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Harper Adams University Postgraduate

Harper Adams University Graduate Masters Programmes

Harper Adams’ attractive rural location in the heart of England provides the best of town and country. With a reputation for excellence and innovation, the Shropshire campus offers state-of-the-art facilities and rewarding courses for undergraduate, postgraduate and lifelong learners in agriculture, agribusiness, animal, engineering, food, rural and land-based studies.
  • Animal Production, Welfare and Veterinary Sciences Department
  • Crops And Environment Science Department
  • Engineering Department
  • Food Science And Agri-food Supply Chain Management
  • Land, Farm And Agri-Business Management Department

Postgraduate funding

Postgraduate loans


Postgraduate Loans Across the UK

EnglandNorthern IrelandWalesScotland
LevelFull MastersUp to MastersFull MastersUp to Masters
CoursesTaught and ResearchTBCTaught and ResearchTaught
*The maximum amount for English postgraduate loans will rise from £10,000 to £10,280 in 2017.
**Wales also proposes a combination of means-tested and non-means-tested grants and loans from 2018.

These comparisons should be taken as a rough guideline only.


UK Postgraduate Loan Repayments Compared:

CountryThresholdRateInterestExisting BalanceCancellation
England£21,0006%RPI+3%SeparateAfter 30 years
Wales£21,0006%RPI+3%SeparateAfter 30 years
Scotland£17,7759%RPI+3%CombinedAfter 35 years
Northern Ireland£17,7759%TBCCombinedAfter 25 years

Access to Learning Fund

In addition to the postgraduate scholarships, UK students are eligible to apply for financial support from the University’s Access to Learning Fund if they can demonstrate the need for such assistance. Applications can only be made once you have registered as a student.

Disabled Students Allowances (DSAs)

DSAs are grants to help students meet the extra costs of studying they may face as a direct result of a disability or a specific learning difficulty. They are available for postgraduate students whether full or part-time, are not means-assessed (i.e. do not depend on your household income) and do not have to be repaid. The amount you receive depends on your individual circumstances and – if you are part time – the intensity of your course.