Many Universities, Departments & Faculties publish Postgraduate Prospectuses which will contain information about their Postgraduate courses, facilities, timetables, staff and research focus, plus other information of relevance to prospective students. Not all Universities and faculties publish printed prospectuses. If you can not find the prospectus you are after please visit the relevant University or Department page for more information
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.
Edge Hill University is based on an award-winning campus in Ormskirk, Lancashire. Renowned for its beautifully landscaped gardens, modern facilities, and historic architecture, it provides a fascinating place for students to learn and realise their ambitions. Since its inception in 1885, the university’s been creating graduates who make a real difference in transforming communities and shaping individuals’ lives. This has been possible due to its strengths in research, innovative facilities, and high-quality teaching - rated in the top third of all UK universities (TEF Gold, 2017). Shortlisted in 2020 for University of the Year (WUSCA, 2020), Edge Hill continues to prosper and stands as a leading UK Top 50 university dedicated to its values of creating opportunity from knowledge.
Established in 1858, Anglia Ruskin University is one of the largest universities in the East of England, with more than 35,000 students and 85,000 alumni. The University offers a huge range of postgraduate courses at various levels (Masters, Postgraduate Diploma, CIPD and LLM courses) in areas including Accounting, Management Studies, Public Health and Music Therapy.
With nine Schools UWL offers courses in subjects as diverse as music, law, business and nursing and much more. Postgraduate courses are designed to enable students to secure good jobs; research opportunities exist as well. Our graduates go on to achieve great success within their chosen careers.
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.
With classes starting in 1822, The University of Wales Trinity Saint David was the first higher education institution in Wales. Currently the University operates with 3 faculties and 15 schools and offers a variety of top-rated postgraduate courses. With a wide variety of courses and attractive scholarships on offer Trinity Saint David is a great choice for potential postgraduate students.
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.
Leeds Trinity University traces its origin to the early 1960s when teacher training colleges were established in Leeds. Currently the University is one of the UK's leading higher education institutions offering an excellent selection of postgraduate courses in subject areas as diverse as the Arts and Humanities and Sport and Religion.
The University of Portsmouth is consistently ranked among the top 400 universities in the world and is one of the top modern universities in the UK. The University of Portsmouth is a research-active university with wide range of activities across many subjects areas. Over 140 postgraduate courses are offered in subjects ranging from aquatic biology to urban design.
Northumbria University is one of the largest universities in the UK, based in the heart of Newcastle-upon- Tyne. With its four campuses in Newcastle City, Coach Lane, London and Amsterdam, Northumbria University offers students a wide variety of postgraduate and research-oriented degrees.
Manchester Metropolitan University offers a wide variety of professionally relevant courses with a firm focus on employability and industry experience. The University has a community of over 38,000 current undergraduate and postgraduate students and more than 300,000 alumni. There are five different faculties within the University: Business and Law, Arts and Humanities, Education, Health, Psychology and Social Care, and Science and Engineering.
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.
Tracing its roots back to 1843, Nottingham Trent University is a public teaching university located in Nottingham. The University has a diverse range of postgraduate programmes and is renowned for its work in art, communication, business, English and literature.
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine at the University of London was established in 1899. It is consistently ranked among the best universities in the world for research output in public health and tropical medicine. Postgraduate programmes are offered in subjects like - Epidemiology, Tropical Diseases and Public Health.
York St John University has a postgraduate community with more than 6,000 students within its Faculties of Education & Theology, Arts, Business, and Health and Life Sciences. It offers numerous postgraduate degree options at the MA, PgDip, PgCert, MBA, MSc, and PGCE levels.
The University of Southampton ranks 17th in The Complete University Guide 2021 and is in the top 90 global universities in the QS World University Rankings 2021. The University is organised into five faculties, each housing a number of subject areas. Postgraduate taught courses are offered in more than 40 subject areas ranging from audiology to psychology. Research opportunities at MPhil and PhD levels are also on offer.
The University of Birmingham is constantly developing and evolving in its desire to become a leading global university- through enhanced research power, and the extent of its global networks. At the postgraduate level, the University offers degrees covering areas including Law; Environmental Sciences; Dental Sciences; and Social Sciences.
Founded in 1920, Swansea University is a research-led institution with an excellent reputation for the quality of its student experience. It offers postgraduate taught degrees and research degrees (part-time or full-time) across subject areas including Chemical engineering; Development Studies; Finance; and Business Management.