Further Study

Although having a Master’s qualification won't guarantee you a job, the government's Graduate Labour Market Statistics 2018 show that graduates and postgraduates had higher employment rates than non-graduates.

(Graduate Prospects 2020)

For some professions, a postgraduate qualification is required. You will find further information in our Postgraduate Study leaflet [PDF]

To find courses and information on the application process:

Additional resources about further study


Did you know you can train to be an Early Years, Primary or Secondary School teacher with us either full or part-time? There are generous bursaries available for Early Years Teacher Status and up to £26K for PGCE Secondary dependent on the subject you wish to teach.

You need a minimum of a 2:2 Honours degree, and a GCSE grade 4/C in English and Mathematics, with GCSE grade 4/C in Science for Primary or Early Years Teacher Status.

Find out more: The School of Teacher Education - postgraduate courses


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