Taught postgraduate options include:
Brighton’s research community is a rich mix of experienced academics, professionals and those returning to education, and is part of an established national and international research network.
Research students benefit from a diverse programme of research seminars, workshops and annual research student conferences. There are also opportunities for exchanges and collaborative working through the university’s strong links to industry, public services and professional associations.
The university is committed to delivering research which has a lasting impact on economic, cultural and social wellbeing, and encourages students to think about how their research will impact people, their societies and economies. The latest Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) ranked Brighton in the top 25% of UK universities for world-leading research impact, with 92% rated as world leading or internationally excellent.
Many of the university’s postgraduate courses are available part-time and some are available on a distance learning basis, allowing students to balance their studies with their other commitments.
Many courses are available part-time and some are available on a distance learning basis. However, it may take you longer to complete. Contact the uni to find out more.
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