If you already have a degree, or the equivalent professional experience, then studying at Masters level is the logical next step for anyone wanting to reap the many and varied benefits that a higher degree can bring, such as career enhancement and individual fulfilment.
The five-weekends-per-year format around which the Masters programme is organised suits both local people and those travelling from further afield, and offers a supportive, friendly atmosphere in which to learn.
page on the Bangor University website for more details!
125th Anniversary Research Scholarships£5M investment for up to 125 research studentships and bursaries from Sept ‘09To celebrate our 125th anniversary, Bangor University is launching a five year programme of postgraduate expansion. This starts in 2009-10 when we will invest around £5M in up to 125 research studentships and bursaries, with further expansion and more opportunities to apply for in the future. The new Scholarships scheme offers opportunities to the very best students to work with our leading academics and rising stars across each of our six Colleges: Arts & Humanities Business, Social Sciences & Law Education and Lifelong Learning Natural Sciences Health & Behavioural Sciences Physical & Applied SciencesThe majority of the Bangor 125th Anniversary Scholarships will be fully-funded studentships, covering all fees for three years plus an annual maintenance allowance. A number of research studentships will specifically be available for outstanding international students. In addition, there are a large number of Bursary awards worth £6,500 a year and a variety of targeted awards.For further information, and to register your interest at the earliest opportunity, follow the web link below.
Value of Scholarship(s)
Fully-funded research studentships + maintenance allowance
The new Scholarships scheme offers opportunities to the very best students to work with our leading academics and rising stars across each of our six Colleges.
Initially, follow the web link below to register your interest. Further information will be sent directly.
In order to enter a Master’s programme, applicants must have either a 2(ii) honours degree, a recognised equivalent qualification, or have at least three years’ relevant professional experience.All applicants will be asked to provide the name of a referee, who can vouch for the ability of the applicant to study at masters level. Occasionally, applicants may be asked to attend for interview before an offer of a place can be confirmed.
Recipient: Bangor University
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