New funding options for postgraduate study, including a 20% discount on courses for recent alumni, are encouraging those who have never considered further study before to explore the options available at Plymouth Marjon University.
If you’re a working professional looking to develop your career, a more recent graduate looking to take the next step, or simply interested in pursuing your passion for a particular subject and broadening your horizons, the Postgraduate Open Evening on April 30th will give you full details on courses, flexible study options and funding.
Plymouth Marjon University offers over 20 different Postgraduate courses in business, leadership and management, coaching and development, sport and health sciences, outdoor education, teacher training, social policy, psychology, and youth and community work, including Education options being taught in Truro to support those in Cornwall.
Many of the courses are geared towards flexible, part-time study over a number of years, making it easier than ever for those who want to continue working whilst gaining further qualifications to help with career development. Small class sizes and individual support are as much part of the mix for postgraduate students as undergraduates.
The Postgraduate Evening will give you a chance to find out more about the courses, attend specific subject talks, meet student ambassadors and tour the campus, including the newly refurbished student hub.
Plymouth Marjon University is currently offering a 20% discount to any alumni who progress onto a postgraduate qualification within two years of completing their first degree (PGCE not included).
For those interested in studying for a Postgraduate Masters after 1st August 2018, non-means tested loans of up to £10,609 are available from Student Finance England for courses taking up to two years (full-time) or four years (part-time).
Grants of up to £7,000 and bursaries of up to £5,000 are available for those looking to train as Early Years teachers through the Postgraduate Diploma in Early Years and there’s a range of ‘earn as you learn’ options.
To find out more sign up for the Postgraduate open evening on April 30th now
View full details of funding options here https://www.marjon.ac.uk/courses/fees-and-funding/postgraduate-funding/
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