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Masters courses at Birmingham City University: Low tuition fees

Time:2019-07-23 17:18:19

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Do you want to study a second Master’s degree in the UK to increase your chance of getting a job, a Masters which accepts third-class degrees or a cheap UK postgraduate degree?

Are you looking to study a second Master's degree in the UK to increase your chance of getting a job? Or Are you looking for a Master's program which accepts third-class bachelor degrees with great placement opportunities? Or Are you looking for a UK postgraduate degree that is cheap and has good value? If so, UKEC has great offers for you.

The following are postgraduate courses offered by Birmingham City University in subject areas of business, law and public health. These courses have cheap tuition fees and achievable entry requirements. Thus, they are ideal for students with third-class degrees who are looking to do a masters or second masters at competitive prices.


1. Business Degree (MBA)

International MBA

Tuition Fee:

o  £15,400/year for international students with £2000 scholarship

o  £10,600/year for EU students

Entry Requirements:

o  A minimum 2:2 (lower second class) Honours degree from a British university or an equivalent overseas institution in any subject (Third Class Honours or Ordinary degrees may be considered on a case-by-case basis)

o  Or a professional qualification at the graduate level in an appropriate field of study

o  Or a pre-master's program approved by Birmingham City University

o  Or accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL)

o  And an IELTS 6.0 overall with 5.5 minimum in all bands

Internships: You will be provided an internship as a live company project in the UK or any other country of your choice lasting between 3-4 months

To find out more about business courses at BCU, click 

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2. Masters in Law

International Law – LLM

Tuition Fee: £7,400/year for EU students; £12,800/year for international students with a scholarship of £2000

Entry Requirements: Minimum 2:2 class UK degree or international equivalent in any subject area and IELTS 6.5 overall with a minimum of 6.0 in all bands

Placement: Opportunity to undertake a placement abroad as an alternative to a dissertation

LLM Professional Law – LLM/PGDL/CPE

Tuition Fee: £8,500 per year for UK/EU students; £12,800 per year for international students

Entry Requirements: Minimum 2:2 UK degree or international equivalent in any subject area, IELTS 6.0 overall with 5.5 minimum in all bands

Placement: Opportunity to undertake an internship in the United States (subject to an approval process), where you could gain work experience in a law office, innocence project or judge’s chambers

Postgraduate Diploma in Law - PGDL/CPE

Tuition Fee: £5,400 per year for UK/EU students; £8,200 per year for international students

Entry Requirements: Minimum lower second-class UK degree or international equivalent in any subject area, IELTS 6.0 overall with 5.5 minimum in all bands

Internships: Opportunity to undertake an internship in the United States (subject to an application process), where you could gain work experience in a law office, innocence project or judge’s chambers

International Business Law – LLM

Tuition Fee: £7,400 per year for EU students; £12,800 per year for international students with a scholarship up to £2000

Entry Requirements: Minimum 2:2 class UK degree or international equivalent in any subject area and IELTS 6.5 overall with 6.0 minimum in all bands

Placement: Opportunity to undertake a placement abroad as an alternative to a dissertation.

To find out more about law courses at BCU, click 

here  

3. Public Health

Public Health - MSc / PgCert / PgDip

Tuition Fee:

o  £6,400 per year (MSc)/ £4,270 per year (PgDip) for UK/EU students

o  £12,800 per year (MSc) with a scholarship up to £2000/ £8,200 per year (PgDip) for international students

Entry Requirements:

·    An honours degree (2:2 or above) in a subject associated with or of relevance to public health, current

·    Or recent experience of working in a public health or health promotion role or capacity (This may be as your main role or as an aspect of your role. It may also be in a paid or voluntary capacity and as a professional or non-professional), IELTS 6.5 overall with minimum 6.0 in all bands

To find out more about life science courses at BCU, click 

here  

4. Part-time jobs and living expenses for international students in Birmingham

International students can expect to find plenty of part-time jobs during their time studying in Birmingham, ranging from administrative jobs to sales, hospitality jobs and across almost all subject areas. You can be expected to be paid from around £7/hour depending on your age and what the employer offers. However, all UK employers are required to pay you a national minimum wage in accordance with your age. UK government also updates the national minimum wages each year. Therefore, for the most updated information about national minimum wages, you can find out more by clicking here

As an international student studying a postgraduate degree, you are allowed to work 20 hours a week maximum in term time and full-time during holidays. This means you will be able to cover a lot of your living expenses but not all. This can also help you adapt to the culture and cultivate work experience to enhance your employability.

In addition to your tuition fees, it is estimated that you would need to pay a total of £8,840.50 per year as general expenses (e.g. university accommodation, gas and electricity, laundry) and a sum of £1,011.25 per year as additional expenditure (e.g. coat/jacket, waterproof shoes, television, basic computer). These figures are only estimates and your expenditure depends on the type of accommodation you choose and your personal lifestyle.

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