The taught Masters Programmes are organised around taught courses followed by a period of independent research, culminating in a dissertation, project, or portfolio (depending on the programme).
Masters Programmes are designed to give graduate students the opportunity to pursue an area of special interest in greater depth, and/or to develop more specialised skills to further their careers. When completed successfully, these programmes also equip students with the skills necessary to pursue higher research degrees.
The normal length of study for a taught Masters Programme is:
For more information on applying to any of the postgraduate taught programmes please see How to apply.
A diverse number of topic areas are covered by our Taught Masters programmes.
This article was published on May 17, 2013