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Spotlight on: Master's programmes

Whether you’re progressing straight from your undergraduate degree, looking to change career direction, or wanting to take the next step in your current role, we have a range of master’s programmes that can help you to achieve your ambitions.   

From specialist programmes for intercalating medical, veterinary and dental science students to courses for professionals already working in the health sector.  From conversion courses that will help with your employability to programmes that explore culture and heritage.  Take a look and take your next step. 

Courses for intercalating students A medical student stood infront of a bush.

Courses for intercalating students

Browse programmes suitable for intercalating medical students wishing to gain additional interdisciplinary training

Conversion courses A student stood inside, looking and smiling at the camera.

Conversion courses

Discover the programmes we offer that can help you to change direction and open up new career opportunities

Programmes in Medicine, Nursing and Allied Professions The medical school facilites.

Programmes in Biosciences, Medicine, Nursing and Allied Professions

Courses for graduates starting out on their career, as well as specialist programmes for practicing healthcare professionals

Programmes for data scientists or those wanting a career in the data field Masters Open Evening

Programmes for data scientists or those wanting a career in this field

Explore our broad range of courses in this rapidly growing employment area

Master’s programmes that explore culture and heritage A student stood infront of a statue of the beatles, smiling.

Master’s programmes that explore culture and heritage

From The Beatles to Sustainable Heritage Management, these programmes are designed for 21st Century social scientists

Master’s programmes responding to climate change A student stood in the library, stood smiling at the camera.

Master’s programmes responding to the global impacts of climate change

Take a look at our programmes that address one of the greatest threats to public health, the global economy and biodiversity