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We've been helping students find the right postgraduate course for over a decade.
Join theand you’ll be part of a global postgraduate community working alongside award-winning academics and world-leading research teams, focused on developing the skills you need for your .
Postgraduate degrees and research are challenging, inspiring and can make a big difference to your professional life. At Huddersfield the average starting salary of our postgraduates is £28.7k per annum and 93.8% of our postgraduate students go on to work and/or study within six months of graduating (DLHE 2016/17).
Whatever your reasons, studying at Huddersfield means that you’ll have access to great employment support – not just whilst you’re here, but throughout your working life.
The is a gold-rated university in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) and we’re ranked number one in England for the proportion of staff with teaching qualifications (HEFCE 2016). This expertise extends way beyond our campus; we actively engage with professionals, statutory and regulatory bodies to ensure we teach in a way that will help you to progress your , as well as deepen your knowledge and broaden your experience.
Most of our taught postgraduate degrees and all of our research degrees can be studied and some courses offer distance learning. You can also consider undertaking a Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma; these qualifications are steps towards a Master’s degree, are internationally recognised and can be built upon in the future.
Postgraduate study and research is now more accessible than you think, thanks to the introduction of to support with tuition fees and the cost of living. We also offer a range of .
Tuition fees vary depending on the course/programme you choose and details can be found within our directory.
We’ve invested nearly £156million in exciting new buildings, and support services to ensure Huddersfield is an amazing place to learn. With everything accessible across one campus and set at the heart of a lively surrounded by stunning countryside, you’ll soon feel at home.
Our postgraduate community is made up of over 5,200, including taught students and researchers from nearly 100 different nationalities. We offer a whole range of to ensure you get the most out of your studies.
There’s nothing quite like a visit to campus to get a feel for what studying with us is really like. We have regular throughout the year, giving you the opportunity to visit campus, speak to staff and current students and get top tips on making your .
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Whatever you aim to do in life, it pays to get a good education. And with high standards of teaching and learning and excellent facilities that's exactly what our students can expect from the University of Huddersfield.
Huddersfield is one of the largest towns in the UK. Located in the North of England, the University is very much at the heart of the town and the local community.
The University of Huddersfield is a growing centre of research and excellence and we always push the boundaries of knowledge. Our academic staff are continually rated as providing high quality teaching in an exciting and stimulating environment.
The University is friendly and welcoming with facilities and departments contained on one town centre campus site close to all the local services, shops and transport links.
In September 2010 we opened a new Business School at an investment of over £17m, providing a modern and professional learning environment for all our students.
We warmly welcome students from over 130 countries each year. The university has been the academic home to many international students over the last 50 years. Their presence has enriched campus life and helped to create the diverse and friendly cosmopolitan atmosphere on which so many of our visitors comment.
A warm welcome to the School of Applied Sciences at the University of Huddersfield.
Whether you are considering studying at the University, are interested in our research and opportunities to undertake research in the School or you are looking for general information about our work, we hope you find the information you need.
Each of our subject areas has its own mini-site on the School of Applied Sciences website, with information to help you find the right course for you.
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Our School is an exciting place in which to learn and work. We aim to deliver an inspirational learning experience and undertake pioneering research with a practical emphasis. We believe strongly in the quality of the support we offer to our students, employers and all our working partners.
Our staff are innovative and creative practitioners who offer expertise in their field and bring energy and enthusiasm to their work. Their established industry links allow us to continually refresh and update our teaching and research activities, keeping pace with an ever changing and increasingly technological world. This, along with our modern facilities, has allowed us to establish a reputation for the quality and professionalism of our courses, our teaching and our internationally recognised research.
Making a difference to the future prospects of others and ensuring their personal development is both rewarding and worthwhile.
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The School of Education and Professional Development at the University of Huddersfield offers a range of teacher training and taught postgraduate courses. Plus, we supervise research degrees across a whole host of related subject areas to ensure this ever-evolving sector is continuously developed by a professional workforce.
We’ve been developing great teachers since 1947. Today we train over 1,500 teachers every year within the School together with our local and national partners.
You’ll be taught and supported by an outstanding team. In fact, we’ve been ranked in the top ten in the Guardian Guide for Education 2017 for the seventh year running. All our courses are developed with the involvement of professional partners from the field. These partners continue to be actively involved in course development through supporting student placements, participating in guest lectures and committees.
Our staff also bring a wealth of experience and knowledge. Many are prominent researchers and are actively involved in looking at new policies and development projects.
Our professional network includes links with schools, colleges, early years settings, local authorities, youth services, youth offending teams and careers service organisations. These links not only offer you real-life experience whilst you’re studying, but play a major role in developing course content through collaboration and guest lectures.
Many of our courses are also professionally recognised and endorsed by bodies including the National Youth Agency (NYA) and the Career Development Institute (CDI).
We’ve a reputation for delivering consistently outstanding educational research. In fact, in the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, an impressive 94% of our research was deemed to be world class or of international significance. Research is integral to our reputation for developing the best and brightest professionals whilst also addressing the needs of employers and the community.
All our research is fed directly back into course content and shared across our academic community.
Outstanding teaching, access to our wide ranging professional networks plus the latest research findings all help ensure our students are able to equip themselves with the most relevant knowledge and skills needed within the workplace.
Many of our courses are offered on a flexible full- or part-time basis to ensure you’re able to work toward your qualification around your existing commitments
By choosing to study with the University of Huddersfield you’ll join an inspiring, passionate and committed community focused on making your studies as enjoyable, rewarding and successful as possible.
Education Studies and Continuing Professional Development
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Pursue or advance your career working alongside young people, adults and their communities and gain a professionally endorsed qualification alongside your University of Huddersfield award, which could give you the edge when applying for jobs.
We offer an exciting range of postgraduate courses that will help you to develop the skills and understanding needed to become an outstanding teacher.
So whether you’re interested in teaching early years and primary children, want to inspire secondary school students or share your professional skills with learners in the lifelong learning (post-16) sectors, then we’ve got the professional training course to help you on your way. We also work with a range of local School Direct partners for those interested in training to become primary and secondary school teachers via this route.
To help you put theory into practice we use our close links with schools, colleges, early years settings and local authorities. And when you’re not out on placement you’ll be studying in one of our well-equipped teaching rooms containing the latest audio-visual kit and whiteboards, and open access computing suites. We also offer a range of specialist facilities, including mock primary and early years classrooms, a science lab and music room.
As part of the School of Music, Humanities and Media, you will benefit from, and be able to contribute to, a vibrant and expanding research community, which includes students working in the areas of History, English, Music, Music Technology and Drama as well as in Media and Journalism. You will be encouraged to participate in a variety of postgraduate events and you will be supported by key faculty members if you wish to develop events of your own.