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We've been helping students find the right postgraduate course for over a decade.
Studying a Postgraduate degree at Coventry University can boost your knowledge and give you an advantage when you start your career. You can choose from a selection of courses at one of our UK university locations. We try and fit in with what works best for you, rather than the other way around!
There's still a chance to join us in September 2019 but you can also start studying at Coventry in January and May; meaning your start date works around your life, job and ambitions.
Our 'flexible learning' ethos means we can offer our students the chance to study in Coventry, or the heart of London. We offer taught and research-based master's courses, as well as PhDs, that can take your education and career to the next level.
At Coventry University, employability is at the centre of everything we do. Our links with industry mean you could be taught by academics with up-to-date knowledge or visiting speakers working in their chosen field.
You'll get practical experience in state-of-the-art facilities, including our moot room, TV studios, aerospace lab and hospital wards.
Each of our four faculties has an employability unit, and many of our courses are accredited, giving you a real edge in a competitive job market.
As a postgraduate student you will find a friendly welcome at Coventry University. Our services are tailored to meet your needs – from dedicated postgraduate learning spaces to a range of personal and academic support.
You will have access to a dedicated reading room in our library, specialist academic writing support and mathematics/statistics support in our nationally recognised Sigma centre.
Your postgraduate degree is about more than studying in Coventry. We're passionate about sending our students abroad and offer support and funding to get you there! In fact, if you want to travel the world and see places like America, China, India, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Turkey, we're number 1 for that (HESA 2015/16). We send more students abroad than any other university, making you even more employable. Join the 'Global Leaders Programme' and learn how businesses operate across the world.
The short-term costs of higher education are far offset by the lifelong advantages you gain personally, professionally and intellectually. If you choose to study with us we'll do all we can to make sure you face no unexpected payments.
There are lots of funding opportunities available to help finance your postgraduate studies. These include: scholarships, an alumni discount of £1000 for Coventry graduates, the University's flexible payment schemes and the new government loans worth upto £10,280. There really are options out there for you!
Coventry School of Art and Design has an excellent reputation for its research and related postgraduate study activities. It has consistently scored highly in the national research assessment exercises and has an international reputation for areas of its design research and art practice. Staff responsible for developing and delivering our postgraduate programmes of study are leaders in their fields and many are noted for their media and digitally related work, some of which receives international acclaim.
Our artists exhibit and perform worldwide in professional venues, our designers are commissioned by leading companies and deliver publicly funded consultancy services. Our media and communication staff engage in broadcast media and professional journalism. A selection of work by our staff can be seen on our website at www.coventry.ac.uk/csad
Our postgraduate provision comprises a range of taught masters degree courses. Students come form all over the world to carry out individual research projects, which lead to Master of Philosophy (MPhil) or doctorate (PhD) awards, under the supervision of our specialist staff.
The Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing is a large applied scientific and technological centre for learning and research. Activities range from mathematics to civil engineering and building, computer science to mechanical engineering, engineering and knowledge management to aerospace, to name a few.
September 2012 saw the opening of the new £55 million centre for the Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing. The building is innovative inside and out, using a range of technologies including rainwater harvesting, solar thermal energy and biomass boilers.
Internally, the space provides a completely fresh approach to support new ways of learning.