Postgraduate Vacancies 2012
The following programmes are currently available for 2012 entry. Applications for these courses can be made online. If you have any queries, then please contact the Admissions Office on 0131 474 0000 and ask for 'Admissions' or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
From session 2012-2013 all eligible Scottish domiciled and EU postgraduate students can apply to the Students Award Agency Scotland for a repayable Postgraduate Tuition Fee Loan to help with the cost of their fees.
Students can apply for a loan of up to £3,400 for full-time study and up to £1,700 for part-time study. Part-time students must be undertaking at least 50% of a full-time course, and must therefore, complete their qualification in no more than two years. Repayment commences after students graduate and are in employment, earning above the student loan repayment threshold (£15,795 from April 2012).
Arts and Cultural Management
Occupational Therapy (post registration)
Public Health Nutrition
Public Health Practice
Sexual and Reproductive Health
Social Development and Health The application form is available to download from the SAAS website from April 2012. The closing date for the year 2012/13 is 31 March 2013. To be eligible to apply, you will also need a UK National Insurance number. You can phone the National Insurance Office on 0845 600 0643 for help with this.
Further information on the Postgraduate Tuition Fee Loan and eligibility requirements
can be found on the SAAS website at:
If you join QMU in 2012, you'll become part of a friendly, supportive place of study focused on
providing you with the skills you need for your future career. You'll be studying at our new purpose-built campus, which opened in 2007.
With just under 5,000 students, we pride ourselves on our small and friendly learning environment.
Here, you'll never be just a 'face in the crowd'- our small size allows for closer interaction with
lecturers and fellow students - a highly beneficial and enjoyable part of your student experience.
The city of Edinburgh has lots to offer students: theatres, pubs, clubs, concert venues, shops,
libraries, great transport links and lots of student housing.
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