The postgraduate pathway provides you with valuable insight into postgraduate-level studies in the UK. Most importantly, it will equip you with the appropriate knowledge and skills you need to excel in your chosen taught Master's degree. The postgraduate pathway is designed for students from a variety of backgrounds who: require additional English language training; come from a different academic environment to that of the UK; have been away from studies for a period of time; are looking to fine-tune skills already gained during undergraduate studies, employment or both. The Pre-Master's pathway will prepare you for future postgraduate studies by giving you confidence and expertise in areas relevant to your taught Master's degree. You will: develop your fundamental knowledge and understanding of the basic principles relevant to your chosen degree; develop basic numerical techniques, research methodologies and ICT, presentation and communication skills; gain a competent set of transferable skills that will help you in your academic; studies and future career, and enable you to make informed decisions; attain the necessary level of language competence specific to your chosen field of study. Pathways include: MA Early Childhood Education; MA Education; MSc Electronic and Electrical Engineering; MSc Engineering Management; MA Fashion Design; MSc Forensic Science; MSc Foundations in Clinical Psychology; MA Graphic Design and Typography; MA Human Resource Management; Illustration and Book Arts; MSc Information and Communication Technology; MA Intercultural Communication; MSc International Business; LLM Digital Economy; LLM International Business Law; MSc International Hospitality and Tourism Management; MA International Relations; MSc International Welfare and Social Policy; MSc Management; MSc Marketing; MSc Pharmaceutical Sciences; MA Photography; MA Print Making; MSc Project Management; MSc Public Health; MA Publishing; MSc Research Methods in Psychology; MA Sociology; MSc Supply Chain Management; MA TESOL and Material Development.
While studying at CRIC, students will cover a series of modules that will prepare them for a seamless progression to their chosen taught Master's degree. All modules include core academic skills relevant to postgraduate study.
Assessment for most modules is continuous, and includes tests, assignments and a dissertation. Most modules have a final two-hour examination.
Completion of a recognised Bachelor Degree, pass grade, or successful completion of 15 years of education. you must be able to demonstrate you have a suitable level of English proficiency. The English requirement for all CRIC courses is: IELTS overall score of 5.5 (with at least 5.5 in each of the four components).
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£3675||Whole course|
|Channel Islands||£3675||Whole course|