The King's Graduate School has announced a package of approximately 200 postgraduate studentships and bursaries across all disciplines available for the 2010 entry for both research and taught master's degree programmes at King's.
At Derby University you don't need to wait until next September to start a course, you can start this January. We've got postgraduate and professional courses starting in January, and you can study in a way that suits you – full time, part time or online.
Once upon a time, not so long ago, the first time an interior designer met the architect of a building project could be at the building’s opening. But the launch of a brand new course in interior design marks the beginning of an integrated approach to the subject from the University of Portsmouth.
UWIC’s MBA students at the Cardiff School of Management were set a very special challenge last Spring to compete for a one year professional placement at one of the leading medical companies in the UK.
Aberystwyth University has been awarded funding to support a new Graduate Learning Scheme. The funds will assist graduates who are domiciled in Wales to enhance their employability by acquiring additional skills and gaining new or further qualifications.
Two students from Trinity College Dublin have successfully completed research exchanges with European universities as part of the Eurolife Joint Programme in Translational and Experimental Medicine (JPTEM).
When it comes to English-language tests, the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language™) test is the most widely accepted in the world — a major advantage when you want to study at leading schools in the UK, US, Australia, Canada or anywhere else.
King’s has been awarded a sixth MRC Centre in collaboration with Imperial College London. The new £5 million MRC-HPA Centre for Environment and Health will investigate the damage that our modern living and working environment could be doing to our health.
A book by Professor Richard Bentall, an internationally renowned Professor of Clinical Psychology at Bangor University’s highly rated Psychology department, has attracted excellent reviews in both The Guardian and The Times.
Sheffield Hallam University have launched a new sport and exercise psychology qualification, developed in collaboration with the sport and exercise science and the psychology departments at Sheffield Hallam University.
CIMA, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, and professional training provider, BPP, have joined forces to subsidise courses for graduates coming onto the job market in the toughest market in a decade.
With over 800 students enrolled at University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC) from 120 different countries, this small but friendly university has a unique multi-cultural mix and an excellent reputation for the support it gives to International Students.
Students and staff from Heriot-Watt University's MSc in International Fashion Marketing course have recently returned from a trip to Milan in Italy - the fashion or, as Italians say, ‘moda’ capital of the world.
Teesside University has come top in a survey of the UK’s international students. The International Student Barometer (ISB) is a twice-yearly survey of international students from the UK’s higher education institutions (HEIs).
The Centre for Excellence in Creative and Performing Arts at Queen’s University Belfast brings together innovative and inspirational teaching and learning approaches from across the creative and performing arts spectrum.
The School of Textiles and Design at Heriot-Watt University has launched an innovative, interdisciplinary postgraduate programme designed to respond to the diverse needs of the technologically advanced and creatively dynamic fashion and textile industries.
King’s College London has received national funding for more than 170 PhD and master’s studentships, making it one of the UK’s most successful higher education institutions taking part in a new scheme.
A mock court room with facilities comparable to a real court of law will open in autumn 2009. Students at the University of Portsmouth will use it to practice advocacy and stage full-blown mock trials.
Edge Hill University is making sure that its graduates are ready to enter the work place by building links with local employers and offering work placement opportunities for around 80% of its students.
The Institute of Education (IOE), part of the University of London, has recently been named the number one university in the UK for education studies by the British government’s Research Assessment Exercise.
Although the recent snow across the UK brought chaos to parts of London, Brunel University students made the most of the rare British weather to take a break from their studies and enjoy the cold spell!
Building on Leicester Business School’s recent top 10 ranking in the Sunday Times Good University Guide, a brand new £35 million building for the Faculty of Business and Law at De Montfort University (DMU) is due to open in September 2009.
This substantial ranking marks the University of Gloucestershire as one of the leading universities in terms of graduate employability with almost 97 per cent of graduates finding employment upon course completion.