ARU offers more than 100 taught master’s degrees across a range of key disciplines. An ARU master’s degree is an excellent way to advance one’s career, and there are plenty of options for medical professionals looking to change focus or advance their skills.
As 85 of the University’s 100+ taught courses are offered with a part-time option, it’s easy to fit studies around work commitments.
ARU has a vibrant, ambitious and growing research community. With 12 world-leading areas of research, ARU is making a positive difference tackling global issues from climate change to mental health.
By choosing to join a research programme with ARU, students will benefit from dedicated workspaces, high quality facilities, and support from experienced and research-active supervisors. Studentss will have the opportunity to undertake a Doctor or Master of Philosophy (PhD/MPhil), an MD (Res), a PhD by Published Work or a Professional Doctorate.
Alongside part-time study options, ARU also offers some postgraduate taught courses via distance learning.
These flexible courses may be taught fully online, or offer a blended model of learning where students mix online study with on-campus learning. It’s a great way to advance one’s career or even change jobs, without taking time away from existing commitments.
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