Are you considering a Masters course when you finish your undergraduate education? Are you in employment but looking for an opportunity to enhance your skills, knowledge and career progression? Nottingham Business School, part of Nottingham Trent University, offers a range of full time Masters courses. Many of our courses start in January each year, which means you have more time than you think to make your postgraduate education decision!
Starting a Masters course in January can ensure that you have enough time to focus on completing your final year successfully, and also give you the time to create and submit a strong application to start your Masters. For international students, a January start date may fit better with your School year. For many the academic year runs from January to December, meaning that students have the pressure of submitting an application during their final year, but then have to wait over half a year to start their Masters.
Joining a Masters course that starts in January may also improve your chances in getting the job you want after graduation. During the summer is an extremely competitive time to join the job market as so many graduates are looking for jobs during that time. Opportunities come up throughout the year, but by starting your job search in January you’ll have the added advantage of missing the summer influx!
Here at Nottingham Business School, we have a range of full-time Masters starting in January 2015, including:
All our January courses are supported by a generous scholarship scheme. For further details please visit www.ntu.ac.uk/nbsscholarships.
Making you a success
All our efforts are focused towards one main goal: ensuring that our students have everything they need to succeed after graduation. We know our graduates are making the most of the skills and knowledge they acquire, as we have an exceptionally high rate of graduate employability.
91% of our postgraduate students are employed or engaged in further study six months after leaving.
(DLHE Survey Postgraduate Results 2011-12)
If you have any questions or queries, then you can contact us on +44 (0)115 848 4460, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.