There is a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses available in more than 25 plus countries to choose from. To know more about a specific course in the below departments , feel free to get in touch with one of SjM’s UK ???????? counsellor. We will guide you to a preferred country and course . You choose, we do the rest.


  • Accounting, Finance and Banking
  • Architecture and Landscape
  • Art and Design
  • Biomedical Science, Cancer Biology and Microbiology
  • Building, Surveying and Construction
  • Business
  • Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Computing and Information Systems
  • Creative Industries and the Creative Economy
  • Creative Writing
  • Criminology
  • Digital Media
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Environment and Hazards
  • Forensic Science and Toxicology
  • Geographical Information Systems and Science
  • Healthcare
  • Human Resource Management
  • Humanities
  • International Relations and Politics
  • Journalism and Publishing
  • Law
  • Management (General)
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Nursing and Midwifery
  • Performance, Film and Media
  • Philosophy
  • Psychology
  • Radiography
  • Real Estate
  • Real Estate and Building Conservation
  • Social Sciences
  • Social Work
  • Sport, Performance and Exercise

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    Types of postgraduate qualifications

    There is a range of postgraduate programmes available in Universities more than 25 plus countries.Take a look at the list below to find out more about the qualifications you can study towards.

    There are full- or part-time courses in a wide range of subject areas. You will normally need a good honours degree or relevant professional qualification.
    Taught degrees at Kingston include:
    Masters degree

    Our taught masters courses are usually studied full-time over one year or part-time over two years. You will gain an in-depth knowledge and understanding of your subject through tailored modules and you will produce a dissertation or project during your studies. Types of masters available include: Master of Arts (MA); Master of Science (MSc); Master of Business Administration (MBA); Master of Law (LLM); Master of Social Work (MSW); Master of Music (MMus); Masters of Philosophy (MPhil); Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA); Master of Fine Arts (MFA).
    Postgraduate diploma (PgDip)

    Similar to a taught masters degree, you will study taught modules however, usually a dissertation or project will not be required as part of your studies. You can usually progress to a masters degree from a PgDip by accruing credits.
    Postgraduate certificate (PgCert)

    Similar to postgraduate diplomas but take half the time to complete. A typical postgraduate certificate comprises of three modules and can be completed in just 15 weeks of full-time study. A dissertation or project will not be required as part of your studies and you can usually progress to a masters degree from a PgCert by accruing credits.
    Postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE)

    A postgraduate certificate in education provides a route into teaching. The one year course blends academic and practical learning through a combination of school placements and university based learning.
    Short courses

    Short courses can be studied for personal interest, continued professional development or as a pathway to postgraduate study.

    A one-year full-time or two year part-time programme. The supervised thesis is the subject of an oral examination. You will normally need a good honours degree or relevant professional qualification. There are also opportunities to link your project to your career interests.

    This innovative programme is structured around learning in your workplace. You will define with your employer and UK University a strategic problem and a personal development plan. Work-based tasks are completed and assessed under full university supervision.

    Typically a two years full-time or three/four years part-time programme. The thesis (20-40,000 words) is the subject of an oral examination. You will normally need a first class or second class honours degree or equivalent in a subject relevant to your research programme.

    A part-time programme for professionals, the Professional Doctorate is an exciting and challenging alternative to a traditional PhD. This work-oriented qualification typically runs over four years and provides excellent opportunities for advanced professional development.

    A Pre-Masters is for international students who need to improve their English or develop research, academic writing and seminar skills ahead of a taught masters degree. Pre-Masters programmes in the UK are designed to prepare students fully for studying at postgraduate level.