Postgraduate study can offer you a route into a new career with a conversion course, speed up your progress in your current job with professional qualifications – or be an essential component in qualifying to practise. Whether you’re interested in increasing your earning potential, or working in a sector where postgraduate study is part of training, such as medicine, teaching or law, read on to find out more about where postgrad study can take you.
Wanting to be on the winning team in the academic arms race? Find out how a masters degree or an alternative postgraduate qualification might improve your career prospects.
Consider your options after your masters degree, whether that’s moving into the world of work or more studying, and find information about funding for the latter.
How to sell the skills and knowledge you picked up during postgraduate study to employers when you leave university.
If you're at a crossroads between employment and further study, take the time to consider the huge variety of postgraduate courses on offer.
Selecting the right referees for your postgraduate application form is essential to being successful.
RICS accredits over 500 undergraduate and postgraduate courses worldwide.
We asked Sylvia, an initial teacher trainee, to tell us about her week-to-week experiences in university and on her school placements during her PGCE year.
Choosing a good PhD supervisor can make all the difference – making the right decision can ensure a great working relationship and support when you need it.
Get a university careers counsellor's guide on the most effective ways to produce an impressive postgraduate application.
Working as a TEFL teacher is a popular way for graduates to fund travel plans and for some it becomes a long-term career.
Competition for the best courses can be very strong – get into the yes pile with these five tips.
Discover how best to showcase your academic ability and get an insight into what institutions can offer you.
Discover your conversion course options and consider how changing track will enable you to pursue the career you want.
Ask yourself these five questions before committing to a masters degree. This will help you to stay in control of your plans for postgraduate study and your future career despite Covid-19.