A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Typically offered at the associate and bachelor level, programs in general studies can be ideal for students who are intimidated, or just unaware, of a focus for their major. General studies programs often touch on various areas, from arts and humanities to business and science.
Top Master Programs in General Studies in United Kingdom 2019
This is a one year (three semesters) research programme, which will be supervised by one or more of our faculty members. [+]
Masters by Research degrees
This is a one year (three semesters) research programme, which will be supervised by one or more of our faculty members. Successful graduates will be awarded a masters degree with one of the following titles depending on the subject area of research.Master of Science by Research (main subject name) (MSc) Master of Arts by Research (main subject name) (MA) Master of Technology by Research (main subject name) (MTECH) Master of Laws by Research (main subject name) LLM
Masters by Research degrees are available in a wide range of topics across each of the five faculties (Schools) of the University.
How to apply
To apply for the Masters of Research degree, you must first complete the standard Masters Degree Application Form online using the links below. In the personal statement, which must be uploaded to your online application, you should mention the research topic you want to undertake. You should also ensure that you explain how your previous studies have provided you with the necessary knowledge/skills to undertake the proposed research topic.Please note that, if your application is accepted by the research team, you may be asked to provide additional information and/or details connected with the specific research topic.... [-]