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CAREER

Apply for a postgraduate degree now, start in January or September.

Take your career further


Improve your job prospects, pursue your passion and gain a higher qualification with a postgraduate degree.

Graduating with a master’s degree can increase your earning potential on average by £6,000 more per year than someone graduating with just an undergraduate degree (Graduate labour market statistics, 2018). And with our two-year model, you can complete both your undergraduate and master’s degree with us in just three years: saving you time and money.

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We also offer a range of research programmes, spanning master’s, PhD and professional doctorates. Postgraduate research degrees are based around independent learning, working one-on-one with a supervisor (so have a lot less contact time than taught programmes), and are more specialised.

Our postgraduate courses are open to all graduates with an undergraduate degree or, in some cases, an equivalent level of work experience.
With close to 100 postgraduate courses on offer, it’s easy to select a degree that meets your needs.

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Applications are open year-round for our postgraduate programmes, and we offer various start dates throughout the year (deadlines apply for each intake).

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Secure a scholarship

A range of scholarships are available, including GREAT scholarships (worth £10,000) and our Ondaatje Scholarships for overseas graduates (worth £4,000).

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Postgraduate loans

The UK Government offers loans to eligible students, letting you access more than £10,000 for master’s programmes and more than £26,000 for a PhD.

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POSTGRADUATE: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Discounts apply to most but not all postgraduate courses (eg, they don’t apply to School of Education courses). See the course pages.