PhD Master of philosophy. Study mode. Full-time Part-time. Art History MRes. Follow your passions through sophisticated research in art history. Location. University Park. Course type. Master of research. Study mode. Full-time Part-time. Asian and International Studies MA. Unique to Nottingham, MA Asian and International Studies MA will enhance your understanding of the culture and politics.
Masters courses A Masters qualification enhances both your personal and professional development. It gives you the opportunity to explore a subject in greater depth, and could give you the edge in a competitive jobs market. Accounting, Banking and Finance.
An overview of the different types of graduate course available at Oxford, from doctorates to diplomas. Courses accepting applications. Applications are still being accepted for entry in September 2020 and some courses have reopened to accept new applications. A-Z of courses. A comprehensive A-Z of Oxford's graduate courses for 2020-21. Course finder. This is Graduate Oxford. The University.Search for a course Search for courses. Use this Course Directory to search and apply for your course of interest.NTNU offers a range of courses at the doctoral level. In addition to the doctoral thesis, a PhD education consists of a coursework component of at least 30 ECTS. Most PhD-programmes have a combination of compulsory and elective courses. As part of your application process, you must develop a plan for your coursework component.
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Students with a coursework Masters degree from the School will be considered for entry to the PhD program if they have a suitable research proposal and the agreement of two potential supervisors and have: 1. Successfully undertaken at least 12 UOC in research courses in your Masters.Read More
Our postgraduate courses are designed to be as flexible as possible, because we understand the commitments that some of you will have whilst working towards your qualification. You can study for either a Master’s or Postgraduate Diploma and Postgraduate Certificate on a full or part-time basis. Some courses are also offered as distance learning.Read More
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There are also accelerated courses in medicine and dentistry. These generally take four years instead of the standard five. You can search for approved accelerated courses using our course finder. Alternatively, approved courses, including accelerated programmes, are listed on the websites of the relevant professional body.Read More
If you are a graduate in a subject other than psychology, or you have a psychology degree that isn't accredited by the Society, you may be able to gain Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership by taking a Society accredited conversion course. Conversion courses normally take at least a year to complete, however the actual timescale can vary dependent on the course provisions and any previous.Read More
Postgraduate courses at De Montfort University DMU postgraduate courses receive continual input from leading employers and professional bodies and are underpinned by world-leading research. This ensures they remain relevant and up-to-date and provide students with the skills and experience employers expect from candidates in a competitive job market.Read More
Find a postgraduate course at the University of Surrey. We offer a wide variety of masters, some of which include placement opportunities. Join our forward-thinking community.Read More
Graduate programmes range from accelerated courses for those who want to enter certain clinical roles, to structured management training schemes. Programmes include: Programmes include: accelerated programmes (leading to a career in speech and language therapy, medicine, radiography, nursing, dentistry, occupational therapy, dietetics or physiotherapy).Read More