Thursday, 18 March 2010

Post-graduate study while you work? Visit our Twilight Event

Are you interested in studying for a full-time Masters' degree while you work full-time? The School of Sociology and Criminology at Keele University is offering an innovative way of studying which allows you to keep your earnings coming in while pursuing your intellectual ambitions, and completing your Masters' within a year...

Come and find out about your post-graduate options at our Twilight Event
Wednesday, 31st March, 2010
Starts 4.30pm until 7.00pm
in the Claus Moser Research Centre, Keele University
Download the programme and the RSVP form

Our new MA in Urban Futures and Sustainable Communities, and our new MA in Criminology and Criminal Justice will offer taught modules within week-long blocks, instead of weekly classes. This means you can use annual leave, or negotiate 'professional development time' in order to study. The blocks are spread over the year, typically in early Autumn, Winter, early Spring and early Summer, followed by a Dissertation.

This mode of teaching also means you can visit from wherever you live in the world because you don't have to be on campus all year round: we support your learning with online resources and reading materials, and your assessments will be completed with in-person or remote supervision following each of the teaching blocks.

Of course, if you wish to come and sample life on the beautiful, green Keele campus all year round, you're welcome: there is a wealth of cultural and intellectual activities going on - seminars, concerts, cultural events. The Claus Moser Research Centre for the Humanities and Social Sciences hosts a range of post-graduates and provides study and meeting space

There are plenty of other post-graduate options to choose from, including our Masters' in Research in Sociology

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