Not sure if postgraduate study is for you? Attending an information or open day event is a good first step. When it comes to desktop research, there are loads of great sites to help you explore your study options. Here are 11 to save in your favourites.
- Prospects postgraduate search
This search tool lets you explore postgraduate taught courses by subject and location.
2. Target jobs
Search postgraduate taught courses by job sector including Law, Engineering and Teaching.
3. Find a Master’s
Search a database of 22,500 Master’s courses throughout the world.
4. Postgraduate Search
Search courses, and access advice on funding.
5. Find a PhD
The world’s largest database of PhD opportunities has over 4,000 PhDs to select from.
Search PhDs by subjects including Creative Arts and Design, Computer Sciences and Politics and Government. You can also access student vlogs that offer an insight into life as a PhD student.
Want to study in Ireland? Filter by institutions like Trinity and University College Cork to find a postgraduate course that suits you.
8. Graduate Prospects
Access information on studying abroad in a range of countries including Australia, USA ad China.
9. The Fullbright Commission
The Fullbright Commission site has all you need to know about postgraduate study in the USA including information about the Fullbright Scholarship.
10. Canada Memorial Foundation
Discover awards for British students or graduates who want to pursue a postgraduate course in Canada.
11. Association of Commonwealth Universities
Access information on scholarships to undertake postgraduate study in low and middle income commonwealth countries including Sri Lanka and South Africa.
For information on postgraduate study at Queen’s, visit The Graduate School.