Postgraduate programmes at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) are underpinned by world-leading research and innovation. They are designed to enhance and develop students’ knowledge and skills to an advanced level.
The University’s close links with global businesses ensure that its almost 200 taught postgraduate programmes meet the latest industry and sector needs - many of the University’s courses are accredited by professional bodies. Opportunities are available in all Schools to undertake supervised research at doctoral and masters level.
With 11 areas of research judged ‘world-leading’ by the UK Government, and a further seven areas graded as ‘internationally excellent’, UCLan has received global recognition for its work. The University consistently invests in its research centres which include the UK's first International Centre for Sign Language and Deaf Studies, a nanotechnology research base in China and the International Institute of Korean Studies under the Directorship of world-leading researcher Professor Hazel Smith. UCLan’s student support service ensures that students’ get the most from their time at the University and can provide support to those students who are bringing their families to the UK. Staff will also help students to find work experience, and the University operates a service to links students with local employers for part-time work.
What can you study with us?
We offer a range of taught master's and research programmes in our academic schools:
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