Masters degrees in the arts and humanities
While undergraduate study has developed your ‘voice’, doing a masters will show you how to use it.
Whether you want to explore your subject in more depth, or gain the professional and research skills needed for the next step in your career, Nottingham will support you all the way.
Explore all the masters we have to offer
At Nottingham you'll find...
...expert advice and opportunities to prepare for your future.
...financial support to help you study and live well.
...spaces and places that support your learning.
A masters experience
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Where can a masters take you?
Why would you want to do a masters? You've already spent three or four years as an undergraduate - isn't it 'time to get a proper job'?
Three of our masters students explain why they carried on with their studies and the benefits it's brought them.
Benefits of doing a masters
If at a young age, you're forcing yourself to go into a field that you don't really care about because of parental pressure, pressure to get a certain type of job or have a specific career path, your career won't be as vital as it might be because your heart's not really in it.
You can do a good job, but you'll never do excellent work if your heart is not in it.