TEG London

Postgraduate Courses London

Our Masters programmes will enhance both your personal and professional development. The qualification will be an intense period of study, designed for those who want to explore a particular subject in greater detail.

Choosing the right university and course for you is one of the most important decisions of your life and will play a crucial role in shaping your future career. At TEG (The Education Group London), all our courses are developed with your career in mind, so that you are learning the most up-to-date information and gaining the relevant practical and professional skills needed for the modern work environment. We are looking for students who are motivated and ambitious, with the passion to succeed.

Our courses will develop your:

What is a Masters degree and what does it involve? 

A Masters degree is a level 7 qualification, usually taken after you have finished a Bachelor’s degree (your first degree). There are four main types of postgraduate degrees that you can usually choose to study full or part-time, these include: taught courses, research degrees, conversion courses and professional qualifications. You can either choose to study the subject of your Bachelor degree at an advanced level, or take a different subject to expand your study. Depending on the course, it typically involves completing modules which will take 50%-70% of your time and the rest of your time will be spent on your dissertation or project. Some modules will be core, which means they are compulsory and all students on the course will study them. Other modules are optional, which means you can choose the topics that interest you the most. 

Teaching methods include lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshops. Within this, there will be a mix of group work and independent study, depending on your chosen subject. Assessment methods include exams, coursework, practical assignments, group presentations, portfolios and written assessment (depending on your chosen University and subject). 

How long are postgraduate courses? 

Depending on the course and university, full-time Masters usually last one or two years of study. Part-time Masters can last between two and four years. They usually begin in September or October, however some universities and courses start in January or February.

How does an undergraduate degree compare with a Masters degree?

Masters degrees are overall more intense, advanced and faster paced compared to an undergraduate degree. They usually focus on one particular area of a wider subject, which will give you a great amount of specialist knowledge. With a Masters, there is also generally more flexibility around chosen modules and they usually have smaller class sizes. 

What postgraduate courses are available at TEG

We currently offer postgraduate courses through our partnership with the University of the West of Scotland.

UWS London offer a Masters degree in:

You can find all the information about the current postgraduate courses we offer on our courses page.

How much does a Masters cost? 

Masters fees vary across universities. They can range from £4,900 to over £30,000, but the average is around £11,00 per year. However, please bear in mind that the cost can be more for international students.

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