An undergraduate degree in librarianship/ information studies/information systems and at least two years’ relevant work experience. If you have less than two years’ work experience please contact us to discuss your work experience. We’ll accept an undergraduate degree in any subject area if you have a relevant professional qualification and at least five years’ relevant work experience. If you don’t have an undergraduate degree but you have other qualifications and extensive relevant work experience, you may be eligible for entry on to the Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma programmes.
Months of entry
About the course
The emphasis on this Professional Enhancement Programme course is on helping you re-evaluate the way you work in the context of new and emerging ideas.
As an experienced professional, you’ll take fewer core modules than students who are starting from scratch. This leaves you free to choose more optional modules, so you can focus on what’s most relevant to you in your job.
These courses reinforce your theoretical and practical skills, and enable you to review your professional practice in the context of current thinking. You’ll develop new skills and learn how to apply research-based approaches to real-world problems.
You’ll acquire valuable transferable skills such as presentation and report writing. We can also help you develop leadership and management capabilities.
Our graduates work for all kinds of organisations, in the public and private sectors. Some of them are independent consultants.
Research Methods and Dissertation Preparation; Information and Knowledge Management; Dissertation (MSc only).
Choose from our wide range including: Information Systems Project Management E-Business and E-Commerce; Designing Usable Websites; Information Governance and Ethics; Information Systems Change Management; Research Data Management. You can also choose up to three independent study modules.
Our dedicated departmental teaching suite contains two networked laboratories with 60 computers, a 30-seat lecture room and our brand new iLab, designed for research into human–computer interaction.
The iSpace is an open plan, social learning area for staff and students. It has display facilities, open-access PCs and bookable partitioned group work areas. You can connect your laptop to our wireless network.
For research, the Michael Lynch Research Computing Laboratory has networked PCs and UNIX-based workstations. We’re right in the middle of the campus and close to the Information Commons, so you’ll be able to access the University’s many resources.
Information for international students
Overall IELTS grade of 6.5, with a minimum of 6.0 in each component.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions Tutor
- +44 (0)114 222 2660/2630