The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.
Philosophy is a study that involves developing wisdom and seeking answers to various life questions. Those who study philosophy gain expertise and experience that help them to best understand how people, both individually and collectively, find fulfillment. This knowledge may be helpful for careers in health, government and information technology.
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This degree, specifically for students who wish to continue to MPhil or PhD research, establishes critical and [+]
This two-year full-time (three to four years part-time) in-depth study is for students considering further research in the subject. The deeper grounding in philosophy than the MA Philosophy will allow you time [+]
This unique degree is specifically for teachers of philosophy of religion and ethics in schools, particularly those who deliver, or wish to deliver, the A Level [+]
This innovative degree is specifically for teachers of philosophy in schools, particularly those who deliver, or wish to deliver, the AQA A Level in [+]
Explore the dynamics of the constant interplay between philosophical and theological issues, and address questions such as religious fulfilment and ethical motivation as raised in the classical Christian [+]
Explore philosophical issues either as a development of undergraduate study or following your first degree in another [+]