The University of Surrey offers a variety of accredited postgraduate degrees through its three faculties. These are the - Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences; Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences; and Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. The University offers a variety of research programmes as well.
UWE Bristol, one of Britain's most popular universities, was placed 8th by The Telegraph in its list of top universities for getting a job. It is one of the largest providers of higher education and offers postgraduate courses in numerous areas including biomedical science, animation, health psychology, and wildlife filmmaking.
Kent is a top 20 UK university and ranked 17th for research intensity (REF 2014). Their programmes are informed by a commitment to research excellence which leads directly into teaching. The University is proud of its thriving intellectual community and all Kent's degrees are supported by specialist facilities at inspiring locations across Europe.
Brunel University was founded in 1966 and is located in Uxbridge, London. It ranked 35th in the 2012 edition of Times Higher Education and is one of the top institutions in the UK to offer postgraduate courses. At the last RAE, 82% of the staff were judged to be conducting research of international standing, further enhancing the quality of postgraduate study
A member of the prestigious Russell Group of Universities, Cardiff University received its Royal Charter in 1883, Located in Cardiff, Wales, the University has a thriving postgraduate community, which gives students the option to choose from over 200 taught and research qualifications. In 2012, Cardiff University was ranked 143rd globally by the QS World University Rankings.
Canterbury Christ Church University houses a community of 1,200 postgraduate students taking up postgraduate taught and research degrees. The University is well reputed for its postgraduate research; as per RAE 2008, it has been deemed a leading research institution in the areas of allied health studies, history, English, religious studies, sports-related studies, and theology.
Set in a historic student city, Oxford Brookes University has over a 150 years of history and is one of the UK’s leading modern universities. The university enjoys an international reputation for teaching excellence and innovation as well as strong links with business and industry.
The University of Wolverhampton rates high in student satisfaction and the employability of its graduates. Wolverhampton is the 2nd highest university in the country for ‘Knowledge Transfer Partnerships’. Wolverhampton offers 120 postgraduate taught courses through 8 academic schools. Currently, 4,000 postgraduate students study at Wolverhampton.
The University of Westminster is one of the most diverse and multicultural universities in the UK. Being located in London, the University enjoys links with international businesses from all major areas of industry. At the postgraduate level, courses are recognised and accredited by over 50 leading professional bodies.
Bath Spa University is where creative minds meet. The University offers postgraduate students taught and research programmes across its six schools. It is known for its small class sizes and outstanding creative professionals and has a total of 6,000 students - 28% being postgraduates.
Buckinghamshire New University features in the top 30 universities throughout the UK for its graduate salary and was also nominated in three categories of the Prospects Postgraduate Awards 2014. Postgraduate students benefit from its dynamic environment, high level of expertise gained through research activity, and connections within the industry.
Queen Mary, University of London, based in London is public research university and is a member of the Russell Group. Queen Mary offers students high quality postgraduate programmes and top-class research. Every year, it supports its postgraduate research students through masters’ bursaries and research studentships.
Founded in 1885, Edge Hill University is a campus-based university situated in Ormskirk, Lancashire. Recent accolades include ranking Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) in 2017 and achieving the Global Teaching Excellence Spotlight Award in 2018, acknowledging Edge Hill as one of the world’s finest teaching institutions. Following recent developments in the university’s infrastructure, notably new facilities and building investments, Edge Hill’s campus is recognised as one of the top five in the UK. Edge Hill offers many postgraduate taught and research degrees across a wide spectrum of subjects divided into three faculties: Arts and Sciences; Education; and Health and Social Care. Edge Hill continues to prosper and stands as a leading university dedicated to its values of creating opportunity from knowledge.
Liverpool John Moores University can trace its roots back to 1823 and the foundation of Liverpool Mechanics’ and Apprentices’ Library. They have come a long way since then, becoming a university in 1992 and are now ranked 59th in The Complete University Guide 2019 league tables. Throughout their history they have championed education for all; from their earliest students in the nineteenth century through to today’s skilled graduates, who are driving forward twenty-first century innovations and economic success, both in the UK and overseas. They take their name from one of the UK’s most successful businessmen, Sir John Moores, who turned his love of football into a business empire that was worth millions. Born into a working class family, he proved that, with vision and hard work, anyone can achieve success.
At the postgraduate level, Liverpool Hope's students have the opportunity to become involved in high quality research across a range of disciplines. There are a number of research areas of national and international excellence, with some being classified as 'world-leading' in the national Research Excellence Framework 2014.
The University of Northampton is a unique blend of vibrant campus life, superb facilities plus academic and research excellence. It offers a range of postgraduate programmes covering numerous subject areas including Computing; Human Resource Management; Accounting and Finance; MBA; International Logistics; Education; Economics; and History.
The University of Chichester is one of UK’s newest universities. As per RAE 2008, 75 per cent of its postgraduate research was deemed internationally recognised and world-leading. The majority of the University staff members are involved in postgraduate research and offer students high quality teaching.