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Modes of Postgraduate Study

Masters degrees and other postgraduate course often offer flexible study options. These allow you to gain additional qualifications whilst managing other commitments.

This section includes guides to popular modes of study, including part-time, distance learning and online Masters. We've explained how these options work and who they're normally available to.

To learn more about specific qualifications, see our guide to postgraduate degree types.

Part-time study

Part-time postgraduate courses proceed at a slower pace and are usually cheaper, per year, than full-time options.

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Distance learning

Distance learning courses allow you to earn a postgraduate qualification without living near to your university campus.

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Blended learning

Blended learning programmes combine the flexibility of online study with access to physical university resources.

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Online study

Online courses allow you to study for a flexible postgraduate qualification, with no need to visit a physical university campus.

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Double Masters degrees

Double, or dual, Masters degrees are jointly awarded by two universities, often based in different countries.

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Qualification types

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