A number of our postgraduate courses offer a January 2019 start date and with funding available* for most course options, what better way to start the new year?

The following courses offer a January 2019 start date. Further courses may be added.  If you are interested in a particular course for entry in January 2019 and it is not listed here, please email admissions@qmu.ac.uk

MSc International Management and Leadership

MSc Sexual and Reproductive Health

MSc/PgDip/PgCert in Global Health

PgCert Health in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States

MA Arts, Festival and Cultural Management

PgCert/PgDip/MSc Strategic Communication and Public Relations

PgDip Person Centred Practice (Health Visiting)

Prof Doc in Health and Social Sciences

CIPR Professional Public Relations Diploma

CIPR Specialist Diploma (Internal Communication)

CIPR Specialist Diploma (Public Affairs)

MSc Media Management

PgCert Arts Management 

MSc/ PgDip Person-Centred Practice (Palliative Care)

MSc Social Development and Health

PgCert Applied Social Development


Associate modules in:

Professional and Higher Education

Dispute Resolution

Occupational Therapy (Post-Registration)

Physiotherapy (Post-Registration)

Audiology (Post-Registration)

Person-Centred Practice

Global Health

International Health (Trop Ed)

Collaborative Working: Education and Therapy


Plus options to study single modules in courses including the following and others:

Associated module: MSc/PgDip Person Centred Practice

Associated module: PgCert Collaborative Working: Education and Therapy


  • Student Funding

Student funding

Eligible Scottish domiciled students can access funding comprising a maximum combined tuition fee and living cost support loan of £10,000. Eligible students will be taking their first master's or postgraduate diploma course. Part-time students can access only the tuition fee loan. Funding available depends on the type of course, as below –

  • One year taught postgraduate diploma and master’s courses - a tuition fee loan of £5,500 and living cost loan of £4,500.
  • Two year part-time postgraduate diploma and master’s courses - a tuition fee loan of £2,750 per year.
  • Two year full-time master’s courses - a tuition fee loan of £2,750 per year and a living cost loan of £2,250 per year.
  • Three year part-time master’s courses - a tuition fee loan of £1,833 in years one & two with £1,834 in year 3.

Students from the EU will be able to access the tuition fee loan. The Scottish Government have confirmed that the last date that EU students can begin a course and receive the tuition fee loan will be September 2019.

For further information including personal eligibility please consult the SAAS website.

More information on student funding


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