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Postgraduate degrees at the University of Gloucestershire are designed to allow students to develop the vocational skills they need to advance their careers.
For example, an MSc in Finance uses contemporary examples and data to allow students to develop the knowledge needed to enter the world of finance, while an MSc in Computing (Masters Stage Award) gives students the opportunity to gain an understanding of the importance of cyber security.
These courses are led by expert staff with active links to their industries or sectors, who are able to ensure that all courses continue to be shaped to changing demands and values in that field.
The University of Gloucestershire prides itself on being an institution that embeds research in all areas of study, with every academic school at the university engaged in research. The government’s 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) classified more than 44% of its research as world leading and internationally excellent in all submitted research areas.
The university has identified various Research Priority Areas in fields where they are particularly strong and feel their research could offer solutions to contemporary challenges.
Sport, Exercise, Health and Wellbeing
Environmental Dynamics and Governance
Being Human: Past, Present and Future
Creative Practice as Research
Applied Business and Technology
Learning for Professional Contexts
Distance learning is available for a number of postgraduate courses at the University of Gloucestershire, allowing students to gain a degree from the university wherever they live in the world.
Some courses, for example, the MSc Computing (Masters Stage) are offered solely through distance learning, with seminars and lectures recorded and posted online, and students are given support in order to develop the necessary skills to excel at studying remotely.
The university is committed to offering flexible and dynamic learning in the face of constantly evolving circumstances and a wide range of lifestyles from which its students come.
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