Ways to study postgraduate courses

Postgraduate study means different things to different people. A part-time masters degree, full-time teacher training, a shorter professionally-accredited qualification or an in-depth research degree. Ranked in the Top 10 in the UK for postgraduate experience, we offer a wide variety of options to help you find the best path for you.

Postgraduate study presents a world of opportunity for career and personal development. That’s why we offer a full range of postgraduate qualifications across a range of flexible study options to fit into your life.

Much of your learning will be campus-based and will include traditional lectures, seminars, discussion groups, projects, and more. We also use technology and media to bring you the most up-to-date learning resources.

Many of our postgraduate courses are available part-time for UK or EU students. This gives you the option to fit your study around other commitments. You are likely to need to attend some weekday lectures, but on fewer days than full-time students. A part-time postgraduate degree can take two to six years to complete.

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We have been a leader in online education for almost two decades.

We offer everything from short credit-bearing courses and courses for continuing professional development to apprenticeships and full undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

Find out more about online courses.

Our lives don’t always fit around the academic calendar. Fortunately, many of our postgraduate courses also have the option to start in January