Postgraduate Taught Degrees

Postgraduate Taught Degrees

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Subsea Engineering

MSc

The MSc Subsea Engineering combines cutting-edge teaching and research with our extensive industry links to prepare graduate engineers for technical leadership roles within the subsea industry.

This programme has January and September start dates. Apply Now.

Eligible self-funded international Masters students will receive the Aberdeen Global Scholarship. Visit our Funding Database to find out more and see our full range of scholarships.

This programme is also available to study part time online.

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Duration: 12 months
Study Mode: Full Time
Start Month: January or September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning

Subsea Engineering

ISS · MSc

The MSc Subsea Engineering is widely regarded as one of the best programmes of its kind in the UK. The programme is designed to prepare highly trained engineers for industry, by focusing on the fundamental skills and technical knowledge that are in demand by the subsea sector today.

MSc Subsea Engineering is also available to study full time on campus.

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Duration: 5, 27 or 30 months
Study Mode: Part Time
Start Month: January or September
Learning Mode: Online Learning

Subsurface Energy Engineering

MSc

The subsurface has a critical role to play in addressing global warming. Not only does the subsurface provide sources of low-carbon energy, for example, geothermal, but it also enables the storage of energy, including hydrogen, and the permanent sequestration of CO₂ in geological formations such as depleted oil and gas reservoirs.

By studying this programme you will gain the engineering skills you need to launch your career in subsurface energy production and storage.

This programme will commence in September 2024. Applications will open in early 2024, however, you can register for more information via our Enquire Now form.

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Key Facts

Duration: 12 months
Study Mode: Full Time
Start Month: January or September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning

Sustainability Transitions

MSc

This programme is designed to train the future generation of innovators and thinkers who have the passion and ambition to deliver on the UN Sustainable Development Goals and become true sustainability leaders which the world needs.

This course has January and September 2024 start dates. Apply Now.

Eligible self-funded international Masters students will receive the Aberdeen Global Scholarship. Visit our Funding Database to find out more.

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Duration: 12 or 24 months
Study Mode: Full Time or Part Time
Start Month: January or September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning

Sustainable Energy Geoscience

MSc

Sustainable energy is a rapidly developing area of research and technological innovation in the UK. Geothermal energy and carbon capture and storage (CCS), in particular, are central components of the UK government’s strategy for reducing greenhouse emissions and reaching net-zero by 2050 while the transition to sustainable energy itself is also increasing the demand for mineral resources for use in wind turbines, solar panels and electric vehicles.

This programme draws on the exceptional expertise within the Department of Geology and Geophysics to equip students with the subsurface skills required for the rapidly evolving energy transition sector.

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Duration: 12 months
Study Mode: Full Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning

Sustainable Product, Process and Energy Engineering

MSc

The MSc Sustainable Product, Process and Energy Engineering focuses on the use of renewable resources, in particular biomass and carbon dioxide, to produce energy, chemicals, materials and other products in a sustainable way.

This programme will commence in September 2024. Applications will open in early 2024, however you can register for more information via our Enquire Now form.

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Duration: 12 months
Study Mode: Full Time
Start Month: January or September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning

Sustainable Water Management

MSc

Our water systems are under increasing pressure from a variety of sources, including climate change, population growth, and waste. Recent weather events in the UK and abroad, for example, have highlighted the need for urgent innovative solutions to minimise the impact of flooding on communities and ecosystems.

The MSc Sustainable Water Management is designed to equip you with the tools to tackle the environmental and socio-economic challenges related to water resource management, from flood management and hydraulic modelling to climate resilience and ecosystem-based adaptation.

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Key Facts

Duration: 12 or 24 months
Study Mode: Full Time or Part Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning

Teaching Qualification in Further Education

PgCert

The Teaching Qualification in Further Education (TQFE) is the in-service teaching qualification for lecturers in Scotland's Colleges and those in other further education and training settings.

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Duration: 9 months
Study Mode: Part Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: Blended Learning

TESOL - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

MSc · PgCert · PgDip

Did you know that any discipline at undergraduate level can kick start a career in teaching English to speakers of other languages? Our conversion programme can be completed in a single year giving you a master’s level qualification. With a strong commitment to global standards for excellence, our MSc reflects a refreshing practical approach to acquire expert knowledge in linguistics to flourish academically and professionally.

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Duration: 1, 4, 9, 12, 21 or 24 month
Study Mode: Full Time or Part Time
Start Month: January, July or September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning

Theology and Disability

PgDip

What does it mean to be human? Thinking theologically from a disability perspective.

The Theology and Disability programme studies the reality of what some call ‘disability’ in contemporary cultural contexts. It explores the underlying reasons for stigmatisation and oppression. The programme offers theological ways of seeing ‘disability’ as transformative for understanding what it means to be human and the nature of the good life. Situated in the Department of Divinity and Religious Studies, the programme approaches the questions and issues studied theologically, whilst drawing on interdisciplinary perspectives.

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Duration: 24 months
Study Mode: Part Time
Start Month: January or September
Learning Mode: Online Learning

Translating and Interpreting Studies

MSc

We live and work in a linguistically and culturally diverse world, fuelling the demand for strong linguists with a combination of interpretation and translation skills to support global communication. Master a set of marketable skills to start working as a translator or interpreter, with the option to specialise in conference and public service interpretation.

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Key Facts

Duration: 12 or 24 months
Study Mode: Full Time or Part Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning

Translation Studies

MSc

If you have a flair and ear for languages, you may want to study and put your skills to good use in new situations and settings. With demand growing for qualified graduates, a Translation Studies MSc can open doors to a range of exciting international and national careers as well as self-employment options globally.

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Duration: 12 or 24 months
Study Mode: Full Time or Part Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning

Viking and Medieval Nordic Studies

MLitt

Examine the history, culture and society of Viking and Medieval Scandinavia at one of Scotland’s ancient Universities. Explore medieval Nordic texts and artefacts and Old Norse-Icelandic language with internationally renowned academics in their areas of expertise and research.

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Key Facts

Duration: 12 or 24 months
Study Mode: Full Time or Part Time
Start Month: September
Learning Mode: On Campus Learning