University of Plymouth
Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business
Make a difference with a masters.
At Plymouth, we’re making a real difference to the world around us. Within the Faculty of Arts Humanities and Business, we are transforming the business world, creating a sustainable future through art and design innovation, driving meaningful change to enrich our societies and communities, and exploring how and why people learn to better inclusion, policy, and family outcomes.
We bring together today’s most valuable subjects to empower you to personalise your journey, expand your thinking, realise your ambitions, and pursue your passions. Whether you choose to study a taught masters, research degree or professional doctorate you’ll be joining a community of skilled, creative, and forward-thinking individuals capable of shaping a better tomorrow. Explore opportunities within:
Top 10 modern UK university (Times Higher Education rankings)
Two-thirds of our most recent submission to the Research Excellence Framework was rated as ‘world leading’ or of ‘international quality’
Put your skills into practice in our state-of-the-art crime scene, digital fabrication, art and design facilities, award-winning pro-bono law clinic and many more!
Three-time Queen Anniversary Prize winner, most recently awarded for pioneering research on microplastic pollution.
We’re a Fab City – a network of 38 cities worldwide committed to producing nearly everything we consume by 2054.
Explore our campus
Our Postgraduate Open Evenings are designed to help you find out about our range of postgraduate and professional development opportunities. You will have the opportunity to:
Speak to academics who will be teaching you
Learn about the course from real students
Get a feel for our Plymouth campus
Discover our student support services.
Embarking on a postgraduate programme is a big decision, and we’re on hand to give you advice, guidance and information about our programmes. Book your place at our next Postgraduate Open Evening.
Postgraduate Plymouth on Demandoffers a range of programme talks across the study programmes available at the University – perfect to get some initial questions on your course answered before attending an open evening.
You may be eligible for a government-funded loan of up to £11,836towards the cost of your masters degree.
There are also several additional ways to fund postgraduate study at the University of Plymouth, including scholarships, studentships, and grants from charitable trusts. Details of these can be found on our general funding webpages.
Support for Postgraduate Students
Our dedicated Careers & Employability Service offers free and impartial one-to-one careers information, advice and guidance throughout the year. All our advisers are professionally qualified and experienced and offer a range of services. Visit our website to find out more.
Get in touch
Student Recruitment and Admissions
University of Plymouth
Plymouth PL4 8AA