Studying my Masters at Buckingham is great fun and works for me; the courses here offer a better emphasis on a practical level than other universities that focus mainly on the theory.
Take your career further
Improve your job prospects, pursue your passion and gain a higher qualification with postgraduate study.
Postgraduate study can increase your earning potential on average by £6,000 more per year than someone graduating with just an undergraduate degree (Graduate labour market statistics, 2021). With our two-year model, you can complete both your undergraduate and master’s degree with us in just three years: saving you time and money.
What postgraduate courses does The University of Buckingham offer?
We offer a wide range of master’s degrees, including MSc, MA, MBA and LLM courses. We also offer a number of other postgraduate taught courses, including short courses, postgraduate certificates, graduate diplomas and courses in Education. Taught courses have a similar amount of contact (teaching) time as an undergraduate degree. They are made up of a range of modules that are delivered through lectures, seminars and tutorials, and will enable you to develop a higher level of expertise.
We also offer a range of research courses, spanning master’s, PhD and professional doctorates. Postgraduate research degrees are based around independent learning, working one-on-one with a supervisor (so have a lot less contact time than taught courses), and are more specialised.
Who can apply for a postgraduate course at The University of Buckingham?
Our postgraduate courses are open to all graduates with an undergraduate degree or, in some cases, an equivalent level of work experience.
With over 80 postgraduate courses on offer, it’s easy to select a degree that meets your needs.
Postgraduate taught degrees offer flexible study options to help you manage your life while working towards your career outcomes. They are skill- and practical-based degrees so you will build transferrable skills that are valued by employers.
Postgraduate research degrees will help you make an impact in your chosen field of study. They are specialised and research-intensive, and based more around one-on-one interactions with a supervisor.
Help with applications
Read our how to apply pages for detailed information about what is involved when applying to study a Postgraduate degree at Buckingham.
Save up to 33% on a masters degree if you have a 2:1 or first class degree from Buckingham.
Events and information sessions
There are lots of events taking place around the University, from open days, engaging talks which you can get involved with both virtually and in person.
Save 25% on a PhD programme if you have a Buckingham masters degree with a Merit; save 33% with a Distinction.
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Applications are open year-round for our postgraduate courses, and we offer various start dates throughout the year (deadlines apply for each intake).
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Secure a scholarship
A selection of postgraduate scholarships and discounts are available.
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The UK Government offers loans to eligible students for Masters degrees and Postgraduate Doctoral courses; private loan options are also available.
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* Not all postgraduate courses are eligible for discounts. No discounts are available for the MBChB in the Undergraduate School of Medicine.
Contact our Admissions Team to check eligibility.