Postgraduate FAQs

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Where can I find information on English MA programmes?

Where can I find information on tuition fees and funding opportunities?

I want to apply for an MA programme to start in September 2017, when can I submit my application?

How long will I have to wait for a decision on my application?

What am I required to supply with my application?

What is needed when you are asking for the degree transcripts and certificate?

Can you update me on the progress of my application?

I would like to visit the School, when are the Postgraduate Open Days?

Can I study part-time?

When does the course start and finish? Can I choose a different start date?

I completed my degree outside the UK. How can I check if my qualifications meet the entry requirements?

What are the English language requirements for English MA programmes?

I haven’t met the English Language requirements. Can you still consider my application?

Can I take a pre-sessional English course?

Why was my application rejected? Can I have some feedback?

Can you reconsider my application?

Can I see a teaching timetable for my chosen programme? How many hours of teaching per week will my programme involve?

Answer:

You can access an indicative timetable for your chosen programme via the Taught Postgraduate Programme Catalogue. Please note that this will relate to the current academic year and may be subject to change when your programme commences. Final timetables are not confirmed until September. On average, a full-time taught MA programme will involve approximately 4-6 hours of compulsory activities per week, but this can vary depending on the programme and the modules you choose. In addition to teaching hours, you should take into account the amount of time expected for independent study, completion of assessed work and co-curricular activities such as attendance at research seminars, etc. (which is encouraged).

Do you have Distance Learning/Online courses?

Where can I find out about accommodation in Leeds?