Masters programmes

Including course content, fees, funding and how to apply

MSc Philosophy

Our flagship taught MSc programme

MSc by Research

An opportunity to focus in detail on an area of your choosing, while still being able to take some taught courses

MSc Epistemology, Ethics and Mind

A fully online Masters programme

MSc Ancient Philosophy

This programme will not be running in 2019/2020.

MSc Mind, Language and Embodied Cognition

An intensive grounding in the philosophy of embodied cognitive science

MSc Cognition in Science and Society

This programme is no longer accepting applications and will close at the end of the current academic year (August 2019).

MSc Philosophy, Science and Religion

An online MSc programme offered in collaboration with the School of Divinity

Personal statements

MSc applicants should include a personal statement detailing the background of their interest and why they are attracted to the programme. The online application form will ask you to enter this directly into the online system however you do have the option to attach your personal statement as a further relevant document in the Upload Docs section. The School has produced some guidelines for those writing a personal statement, which can be downloaded: