Applications and fees
The entry requirements for the programme are relatively straightforward. We require a good honours degree (usually 2:1 or higher) or an equivalent professional qualification or equivalent professional experience. An English language qualification such as IELTS (at 6.5 or higher) is required if English is not your first language.
Fees for this programme for the 2019-2020 session: home and EU students pay £8,250 for the full-time mode or £1,375 per 30 credits for the part-time mode (90 credits in year 1 and 90 credits in year 2). International students (outside the EU) pay £13,500 for the full-time mode (part-time mode is not available to international students).
UK students may be eligible for a government loan of up to £10,609 towards the cost of postgraduate study. You will find information on funding at the University of Greenwich Postgraduate loans page.
Equivalent or Lower Qualifications (ELQs)
Home and EU students who already hold an equivalent level qualification (in this case, a masters degree) may be charged at a higher rate. Please see the ELQ information page for more details.
Applications should be made using the online application service. See ‘Applying for a postgraduate taught course’ for more details. For further information on the application process or to enquire about alternative application methods, please contact the Enquiry Unit; telephone: 020 8331 9000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We place a great deal of weight on the personal statement when selecting students. Please ensure that you provide a comprehensive personal statement when making your application. Tell us about your educational and/or professional background, why you think this programme will help you and what your career plans are after the programme. This will help us to understand your objectives so we can be sure the course is right for you.
When to apply
Both full-time and part-time modes are available and the programme begins in the September of each year. Applications can be made at any time but we recommend that prospective students contact us as early as possible because places are limited. Applications made later than the end of August are unlikely to be processed in time for the start of the course.
Note: There is no January entry point for this programme.