Studied over one year full-time, a masters degree is an intensive taught higher level academic degree with a dissertation or project. Masters degrees can provide anything from vocational training to preparation for further research and demonstrate a mastery or high level of knowledge of a specific field of study.
You will usually work in small groups and learning may take the form of:
Where an undergraduate degree would normally take 3 years to complete, a postgraduate taught degree is more intense - normally taking one year.
The University of Nottingham offers taught masters qualifications in:
Nottingham’s range of masters courses continually expands and develops in response to changes in society and the need to integrate the latest research findings. Our postgraduate taught courses are also developed in response to the views of employers to maximise the employment potential of our graduates.
As a masters student at Nottingham you will be exposed to the latest academic thinking and will have the opportunity to work with tutors who are leaders in their field. Masters courses can provide anything from vocational training to preparation for further research.
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