There is more money/cash/wonga/dosh/moolah/readies/green folding stuff on the table and who better to take full advantage of it than you lovely people. Read on and get applying…

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Closing 31 October! A $25,000 MBA scholarship is on offer courtesy of The Economist. All you have to do is take their GMAT simulation test online. The highest scoring participant will be awarded a $25,000 scholarship to one of their business school partners. Find out more at http://bit.ly/2eL1tr0

Closing 4 November! Interested in undertaking a mini-pupillage? Students from under-represented backgrounds can apply for support through the Pegasus Access and Support Scheme which this year is putting its hand in its pocket to the tune of £1,736,306. Not bad – though how do they end up with the six quid on the end? Weird. Anyway, more info at http://bit.ly/2eKuxyK

Deadline 6 November! The Fulbright All-Disciplines Postgraduate Awards. Approximately 10 awards of up to $45,000 each will be offered to qualified UK citizens toward the first year of postgraduate study in the US. The All-Disciplines award category is open to applications for full-time accredited postgraduate level programme in any area of study at any accredited university  in the US. A variety of other sponsored subject-specific and university specific postgraduate-level scholarships are also available. http://bit.ly/2egklP3

Deadline 7 November! John Crook Scholarship for a second, full-funded two-year degree at St John’s College, Cambridge is open to anyone who is the first member of their family to go to university. More info at http://bit.ly/1q2y1Lw.

Deadline 1 December! JSPS London Pre/Postdoctoral Fellowship for Foreign Researchers (Short Term) provides the opportunity for researchers based outside of Japan to conduct collaborative research activities with leading research groups at Japanese Universities and Research Institutions for visits of between 1 to 12 months. Eligible applicants need to be either within 2 years of finishing their PhD at the time of applying to start their fellowship in Japan or have obtained their PhD after 2nd April 2011. Eligible research fields are not limited. Please visit the JSPS London website here for further information: http://bit.ly/2eDjJCY

Deadline 1 December! Are you a student with a disability studying Computer Science or related subject, continuing in the 2017/2018 academic year? Then you should take a look at the Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities 2017 – you could win a €7,000 prize! Which thanks to Brexit insanity is worth a good chunk more than it was when this scholarship was first announced!! http://bit.ly/2e3A0iU

Closing 31 December! Acuity Training Scholarship for Outstanding Leadership. Great leadership is a key life skill for people of all ages. It is particularly important for young people to work on developing their leadership abilities and assertiveness.  To encourage this, Acuity Training has established a yearly scholarship for students demonstrating outstanding leadership ability. http://bit.ly/2dCPtFY

The IMA Mathematics Teacher Training Scholarships offer a £27.5k award paid in monthly installments over the year. This is for those who commence their initial teacher training in the academic year 2017/18. More info and apply at http://bit.ly/2eBGbgq.

Not bad eh? More deadlines as and when we gets them. Or check out our page on Funding Postgraduate Study, because the sources we link to fund a lot more than postgrad study – strange but true…

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