Home/EU Students, our January 2018 Postgraduate courses are still recruiting, please click here for course information.
The closing date to apply is 15th December, download a Postgraduate Application Pack now.
Please note the following courses do not have a January start:-
|MSc Advanced Computer Science||
MSc Mathematical Informatics
|MSc Cognitive Neuroscience & Neuroimaging||
|MSc Data Science||
MSc Robotics Engineering
|MA Disability Studies (Interdisciplinary Studies)||MA Social Work|
|MA Disability Studies||MRes Sport & Exercise Science|
|MSc Ecology & Environmental Management||MA Youth & Community Work|
Our taught Masters courses offer students choice and flexibility, and the opportunity to study in a vibrant, supportive academic environment. Our postgraduate taught courses are underpinned by the research and scholarly activity which takes place at Liverpool Hope and teaching is driven by staff expertise.
As a postgraduate student at Hope, you will have the opportunity to become involved in high quality research across a range of disciplines. There are a number of research areas of national and international excellence at Liverpool Hope, with some of our research classified as ‘world-leading’ in the national Research Assessment Exercise.
Within the three Faculties at Liverpool Hope University, there are a number of departments and courses available, please see below.
The Faculty of Arts & Humanities is led by Professor Nicholas Rees. Theology and Religious Studies, English, and Music are all areas in which internationally excellent research is conducted, some of which, in Theology and Religious Studies has been ranked as world leading. There is internationally significant research expertise in Drama, Dance, History and Politics and growing research expertise in Media and Fine and Applied Arts.
The Faculty of Education, headed by Professor Kenneth Newport, includes all Initial Teacher Training programmes (BA QTS and PGCE), Disability Studies, Education Studies, Early Childhood Studies and Childhood and Youth Studies as well as a range of Foundation Degrees, Masters and CPD courses. There is a growing research culture within the Faculty.
The Faculty of Science is led by Prof. Atulya Nagar. The Faculty strives to be excellent in both research and learning and teaching whilst providing exceptional levels of student support. There is a broad and varied research culture within the Faculty, with research groups in, amongst others, Health and Wellbeing, Landscapes, Computer Sciences and various aspects of Psychology.
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For Postgraduate hints and tips go to the new HEFCE 'Steps to Postgraduate Study