What is Post Graduation?


Why do a Post Graduation?


Will a postgraduate course enhance my career?


Who would benefit from postgraduate courses?


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Courses :
  • Extended Master’s (including pre-Master’s & Master’s)
  • MA (Master of Arts)
  • MSc (Master of Science)
  • MBA (Master of Business Administration)
  • MEd (Master of Education)
  • MEng (Master of Engineering)
  • MTech (Master of Technology)
  • LLM (Master in Law)
Progression Route:

Postgraduate research degree such as MPhil, MRech, DBA or PhD.


12 – 30 months depending on the institution.

Start Date:
  • January-February
  • May-June
  • September-October
Course Location:
  • United Kingdom
  • European Union
  • United States of America
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
Entry Requirements:

General Entry Requirements: Minimum 2:2 (second class) honours degree or equivalent from a recognised university; OR a UK Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and two years’ managerial experience; OR five years’ managerial experience (evaluated on a case-by-case basis).

Alternatively, a Level 7 Postgraduate Diploma* OR: applicants without a Level 7 Diploma but holding significant managerial experience will be considered for Advanced Entry, on a case-by-case basis. Info about asterisk not given

English Language Requirements: IELTS 6.5 (or above) with no single element below 5.5 or equivalent.


Depends on the duration and type of course: £9,000 to £35,000.

Application Process Time:

2 weeks to 6 weeks depending on the institution.

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