Time to Start Studying a Masters Degree

Our range of courses start in October. If you have already studied at postgraduate level you may already have credits you can use towards a masters. There are discounts for students who studied as undergraduates at the college in the last 5 years.

About this Event

Join our lecturers from the School of Education and Professional Studies at Bradford College, for a free one-hour webinar that is ideal for (non-medical) practitioners in Education, Social Work, Youth and Community Work, Social Care, and Health.

What could a master’s degree do for you?

  • Improve your career prospects
  • Let you study in a way that you find interesting and fulfilling
  • Develop your personal interests
  • Allow you to establish a professional specialism
  • Enable you to work abroad
  • Opportunities to network with professionals from related fields

You will find out about our flexible, part-time Masters Programmes. These are taught through a combination of online and traditional face to face delivery (Saturday and evening attendance for some modules).

Student loans now available for postgraduate study. There are discounts for those who have studied at the College before.

There are a variety of routes to choose between, and a range of optional modules:

  • Education
  • Education (Leadership and Management)
  • Education (Inclusive Practice)
  • Professional Practice
  • Leadership and Management

You will get the opportunity to to meet some of the staff and decide on your personalised programme.

What our students say

“I feel I have been stretched and challenged and supported at the same time. I enjoyed the sessions and found them engaging. The delivery was professional”.

“Varied methods used. Interesting lessons. My existing skills were enhanced and sharpened.”

“It inspired me to try and achieve more.”

Please register to attend this webinar on Eventbrite. You will be sent the link to join the event a couple of days prior to the webinar, via email.

For more information on our Masters Degree programmes, please visit our School of Education page.

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