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Whether you choose to undertake a research degree, a professional doctorate or a taught masters programme, you will be supported by staff who are internationally recognised in their field. Their breadth and depth of knowledge means that they are well placed within professional networks to help you plan your future career and give advice based on their experience.
Their postgraduate programmes – most of which can be studied full time or part time – incorporate appropriate input from researchers, current practitioners, professional bodies, businesses and industry. This ensures that the programmes are current, relevant and stimulating, enabling you to develop a wide range of practical skills sought by employers.
Alternatively, you may be interested in a conversion course at the University of Plymouth.
Postgraduate conversion courses allow you to gain additional knowledge and skills you didn’t pick up during your undergraduate degree, to help you gain a professional accreditation or to generally increase your job prospects in your chosen field.
They also provide you with the opportunity to fast-track a complete change in your career or learning pathway. Conversion courses are available in areas such as Business, Marketing, Finance, and Psychology, with full and part time options available.
University of Plymouth students on Postgraduatesearch say:
“Highly practical and engaging sessions and great knowledgeable lecturers.”
“Course is well structured and teaching is honest and has good elements of participation included.”
“The lecturers are extremely approachable and friendly. They always provide support and advice where possible.”