Home to some of the world's most historic and renowned universities, England is the most popular study abroad destination in the UK. Studying a Masters in England means following an internationally renowned degree format and gaining a globally respected qualification.
Why study a Masters in England?
Famous for its association with ancient universities such as Oxford and Cambridge, England is also home to a wide range of other universities. You can choose to study at small and highly specialised institutions, or to experience the innovative modern postgraduate programs offered by some of Europe's most famous providers.
Whatever you study, you'll earn a high-quality qualification, recognised by education systems and employers around the world. You'll also have the chance to experience student life in famous cities such as London, York, Manchester or Bristol, taking advantage of all the entertainment, heritage and shopping experiences they offer.
How popular is Masters study in England?
The UK as a whole is the second-most popular study abroad destination in the world, with over 450,000 international students. The largest group of these (over 300,000) study at English universities.
How long is a Masters degree in England?
Most English Masters programs require one year of full-time study or two years part-time. Some research qualifications, such as the MRes, can last longer, taking up to two years full-time study.
How much does it cost to study a Masters in England?
International students from outside the EU and the EEA pay more than domestic students to study in England. Average fees are between £5,000 and £6,000 per year on full-time courses.
Will I need a visa to study a Masters in England?
EU and EEA students can study abroad in England without restriction. Other international students will need to apply for a visa with the support of their university.
Learn more about studying a Masters in England
You can find out more about postgraduate study in England in our detailed guide to studying abroad in the UK. Our selection of UK funding guides also cover various schemes that are available for postgraduate courses in England.