Students who pursue a Master generally spend one to two years in the enhanced study of their chosen field. This program is taken after receiving a bachelor’s degree, and available areas of study include science, law, technology, finance, social sciences and the arts.Manchester is known for its architecture and has UK’s second largest urban area, 5 times larger than the city itself. There are o… Read More
Students who pursue a Master generally spend one to two years in the enhanced study of their chosen field. This program is taken after receiving a bachelor’s degree, and available areas of study include science, law, technology, finance, social sciences and the arts.
Manchester is known for its architecture and has UK’s second largest urban area, 5 times larger than the city itself. There are only three universities, but they have total of 73 thousand students.
Part time Master of Arts in the Manchester in the United Kingdom
The multi-faceted world of football requires modern football coaches to have highly developed skills and an in-depth knowledge of the principles of football coaching.
Focusing on contemporary issues such as learners and learning and managing educational change, Education Practice is for teachers employed in primary, secondary and further ed ... +
Our MA Law is designed for non-law graduates who want to gain a legal qualification at Masters Level. An MA Law is an internationally recognised qualification which is ideal f ... +
MA Architecture and Urbanism allows you to study and conduct in-depth research into the influence of global cultural and economic forces on contemporary cities. Throughout the ... +
Hyper Island's new MA in Digital Experience Design has been designed in response to demand from industry. There is currently a gap between what schools teach and what a design ... +
On this course, you will develop an advanced understanding of key global issues such as globalisation, international political economy, security, health and the role of states ... +
Our MA Law Part-time course is designed for non-law graduates who want to gain a legal qualification at the Master’s Level. You’ll learn practical legal skills such as analysi ... +
What is the nature and purpose of education? How can education promote equality? What counts as valuable knowledge? Explore the contested nature of education by considering id ... +
How do we understand the complexity of leadership in educational organisations? How do we develop ourselves as more reflective leaders and managers? How can we contribute to t ... +
MA Fine Art provides a stimulating environment in which you will be guided to develop your creative aspirations, reach a critical maturity, and gain the self-confidence and sk ... +
The relationship between politics and communications has never been more dynamic or more important than it is today. Digital media, particularly social media, is fundamentally ... +
Explore the ways practitioners generate knowledge across the field of inclusive education and disability. Reflect on your understanding of special educational needs (SEN). Exa ... +
This rich and exciting course blends research into recent developments in the industry with hands-on opportunities to develop your practical skills and your employability. Int ... +
MA Design Innovation considers how design acts as a catalyst for innovation leading to new products, services and user experiences. It focusses on design thinking approaches, ... +
Filmmaking provides a supportive, creative environment for you to explore your ideas and stories through film practices. The rich, immersive, and inspiring environment of the ... +