University of Cumbria
The University of Cumbria was created in August 2007, through the amalgamation of existing HEIs in the county, as an agent for transformational change in the educational, social, cultural and economic life of the region. As such, the university has high aspirations for its students, its communities and itself.
With campuses in Carlisle, Newton Rigg, Penrith and Lancaster and a specialist teacher-education centre in London, the university offers postgraduate programmes across its three faculties.
Offering a very high quality learning experience in a supportive environment enabling students to achieve their personal and professional potential wherever they study, the university is committed to learning which is innovative, flexible and student centred and which utilises the latest technology. The university also works closely with employers, schools, colleges and agencies in the region to offer research, scholarship and knowledge transfer excellence which shapes and supports social, cultural and economic development in support of the inclusion sustainable communities agenda. The University of Cumbria celebrates that its graduates will be creative, enterprising and resourceful and equipped to lead in their fields and in their communities.
With excellent resources and facilities, some, as in the case of radiography, amongst the most advanced in the UK, the university is able to prepare its postgraduates students for employment in the real world – they hit the ground running saving employers the costly process of induction.
Conventional, taught, postgraduate programmes are available along with degrees by research. Within the education faculty, subject knowledge enhancement courses, colloquially known as conversion courses, are offered in those teaching areas which currently suffer from a scarcity of qualified professionals.
Any advice or guidance you might need on a wide range of issues, from childcare provision to budget planning; counselling to careers advice; and disability support to academic skills development - is available from our one-stop-shops on each campus through which you can access highly trained and dedicated staff who can help you to maximise your potential while at university and beyond.
Fees and finance
Please visit our website for more information about Student finance information
Postgraduate EU students
From September 2013, we will charge £8,250* per year tuition fees for our HEFCE funded undergraduate honours degree courses and £6,200 for foundation degree courses. For more information on postgraduate fees, visit the postgraduate finance page.
*We have agreed to set fees at £9,000 for full-time teacher training courses. Historically the cost of delivering teacher training courses is higher due to the intense nature of the course and the cost of placements and payments to schools.
Postgraduate fees 2011-12 - Non-EU students
The figures below are based on information for 2012. Fees for 2013 entry will be announced soon.
Postgraduate fees for Non-Eu students
*For self-funding students an early payment discount of £1000 is available
List of postgrad courses for 2013 start
Outdoor Studies and Land
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