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If you’re considering postgraduate study, you’ll see that there are various qualifications available and, understandably, you want to choose the course that’s right for you.
Identifying and understanding your own personal learning style is a great way to help you get the most out of your studies.
Discover what you need to keep in mind if you're planning to approach your employer about sponsoring your master's level studies.
Studying online can sometimes be challenging, especially when you’re juggling your studies with work and other priorities. But there are some tips you can follow to help you along your online learning journey.
With international students from over 100 countries, the University of Hull welcomes students from around the world into its global community.
If you’re looking to study a master's degree in the UK, you could be eligible to get funding for your studies.
Online and on-campus study both have their pros and cons. Choosing which mode of study is best for you is simply a matter of weighing up which will offer you the most benefits.
Essentially, undergraduate study (bachelors) is the first type of study undertaken at university level, introducing students to the knowledge and skills required within a specific discipline.