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Graduate taught degrees offer a basis for research or a pathway to career advancement. Programmes cover a wide spectrum of subject areas, from Aesthetic Dentistry to Virtual Reality. Full- and part-time programmes are available where students can gain:
Taught Master’s Degrees
Master of Architecture (MArch)
Master of Arts (MA)
International Master of Arts (MA (International))
Master of Arts and Sciences (MASc)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Clinical Dentistry (MClinDent)
Master of Fine Art (MFA)
Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)
Master of Laws (LLM)
Master of Planning (MPlan)
Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Master of Science (MSc)
Master of Surgery (MS)
Master of Teaching (MTeach)
Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert)
Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE)
Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip)
Graduate Diplomas and Certificates
Graduate Certificates (Grad Cert) and Graduate Diplomas (Grad Dip)
Programmes typically start at the beginning of the academic year in September.
Full and part-time research programmes are available where students can gain one of the following qualifications:
Research Master’s Degrees
Master of Research (MRes)
Master of Philosophy (MPhil)
Master in Philosophical Studies (MPhil Stud)
Doctor of Philosophy (MPhil/PhD)
Doctor in Engineering (EngD)
Doctor of Public Administration – DPA
Doctor in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy)
Doctor in Dentistry (DDent)
Doctor in Education (EdD)
Doctor in Educational Psychology (DEdPsy)
Doctor in Orthopaedics (Doc. Orth)
Doctor in Psychotherapy (DPsych)
Master of Research / Doctor in Engineering (MRes / EngD)
Master of Research / Doctor of Philosophy (MRes / MPhil/PhD)
The majority of research programmes start in September, and students are required to centre their academic work around the university and attend meetings with their supervisors as appropriate.
There are also opportunities for visiting research students from overseas.
Different learning options are available to suit a variety of student needs. A growing number of UCL programmes can be taken on a distance learning basis, whereby some or all of the teaching is delivered online. Students can find details individual programme entries online.
Distance learning students are assigned a personal tutor, who organises regular contact meetings. Supporting materials such as lecture notes, interactive tools and podcasts can be accessed through the university’s virtual learning environment (VLE). Students can enhance their learning online by interacting with study groups and forums in the VLE. Some programmes require occasional visits to campus.
Get in touch, if you're not sure that you have the right experience or qualifications.