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University of York:
The University of York is one of the top ten universities in the UK for teaching and research, and is ranked in the top 100 universities in the world. We offer a wide range of high-quality, accredited undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes to both UK and international students. The university was named Times Higher Education University of the Year 2010. The University of York is conveniently located in Heslington, a suburban village within the City of York in North Yorkshire in North-East England. York is easily accessible by air, rail and road. York is only 2 hours by train from London (and Heathrow and Gatwick international airports), and 1.5 hours by train from the city of Manchester. York is also 25 miles north of Leeds Bradford International Airport.

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Academic Programmes:
We offer undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes in a wide range of specialised subject areas.

Bachelor & Master Degree Courses
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- Accounting, Business Finance and Management - BSc, 3 years
- Accounting, Business Finance and Management (with a year in industry) - BSc, 4 years
- Applied Social Science - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Applied Social Science (Children and Young People) - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Applied Social Science (Crime and Criminal Justice) - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Applied Social Science and Social Policy (Extended Degree) - BA, 4 years, Single Subject
- Archaeology - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Archaeology- BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Avionics - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject

- Bioarchaeology - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Biochemistry - BSc, 3 years, Combined
- Biochemistry (with a year in Europe) - BSc, 4 years, Combined
- Biochemistry (with a year in industry) - BSc, 4 years, Combined
- Biology - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Biology (with a year in industry) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Biology (with a year in Europe) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Biotechnology and Microbiology - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Biotechnology and Microbiology (with a year in Europe) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Biotechnology and Microbiology (with a year in industry) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject

- Chemistry - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Chemistry - MChem, 4 years, Single Subject
- Chemistry (with a year abroad) - MChem, 4 years, Single Subject
- Chemistry, Biological & Medicinal Chemistry - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Chemistry, Biological and Medicinal Chemistry - MChem, 4 years, Single Subject
- Chemistry, Biological and Medicinal Chemistry (with a year abroad) - MChem, 4 years, Single Subject
- Chemistry, Management and Industry - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Chemistry, Management and Industry - MChem, 4 years, Single Subject
- Chemistry, Management and Industry (with a year abroad) - MChem, 4 years, Single Subject
- Chemistry, Resources and the Environment - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Chemistry, Resources and the Environment - MChem, 4 years, Single Subject
- Chemistry, Resources and the Environment (with a year abroad) - MChem, 4 years, Single Subject
- Computer Science - BEng / BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Computer Science (with a year in industry) - BEng / BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Computer Science with Artificial Intelligence - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Computer Science with Artificial Intelligence (with year in industry) - MEng, 5 years, Single Subject
- Computer Science with Business Enterprise Systems - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Computer Science with Business Enterprise Systems (with a year in industry) - MEng, 5 years, Single Subject
- Computer Science with Embedded Systems Engineering - BEng, 3 years, Single Subject
- Computer Science with Embedded Systems Engineering - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Computer Science with Embedded Systems Engineering (with a year in industry) - BEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Computer Science with Embedded Systems Engineering (with a year in industry) - MEng, 5 years, Single Subject
- Computer Science / Mathematics (Equal) - BSc, 3 years
- Computer Science / Mathematics (Equal) (with a year in industry) - BSc, 4 years
- Computer Science / Philosophy (Equal) - BSc, 3 years
- Computer Science / Philosophy (Equal), MEng, 4 years
- Computer Science / Philosophy (with a year in Industry) (Equal) - BSc, 4 years
- Computer Science / Philosophy (with a year in Industry) (Equal) - MEng, 5 years
- Computer Systems and Software Engineering - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Computer Systems and Software Engineering (with a year in industry) - MEng, 5 years, Single Subject
- Criminology - BA, 3 years, Single Subject

- Digital Media Systems - BEng, 3 years, Single Subject
- Digital Media Systems - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject

- Ecology - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Ecology (with a year in Industry) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Ecology, Conservation and Environment - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject 
- Ecology, Conservation and Environment (with a year in Europe) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Ecology, Conservation and Environment (with a year in industry) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Economics - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Economics and Finance - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Economics, Econometrics and Finance - BA / BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Economics / Econometrics (Equal) - BA / BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Economics / Economic History (Equal) - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Economics / Mathematics (Equal) - BA / BSc, 3 years
- Economics / Philosophy (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- Economics / Politics (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- Economics / Sociology (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- Educational Studies - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Electronic Engineering - BEng, 3 years, Single Subject
- Electronic Engineering - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Electronic Engineering (with a Foundation Year) - BEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Electronic Engineering with Business Management - BEng, 3 years, Single Subject
- Electronic Engineering with Business Management - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Electronic Engineering with Digital Media Systems - BEng, 3 years, Single Subject
- Electronic Engineering with Digital Media Systems - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Electronic Engineering with Music Technology Systems - BEng, 3 years, Single Subject
- Electronic Engineering with Music Technology Systems - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Electronic Engineering with Nanotechnology - BEng, 3 years, Single Subject
- Electronic Engineering with Nanotechnology - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Electronic and Communication Engineering - BEng, 3 years, Single Subject
- Electronic and Communication Engineering - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- Electronic and Computer Engineering - BEng, 3 years, Single Subject
- Electronic and Computer Engineering - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject
- English - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- English Language and Linguistics - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- English in Education - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- English / History (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- English / History of Art (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- English / inguistics (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- English / Philosophy (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- English / Politics (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- Environment, Economics and Ecology - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Environment, Economics and Ecology (Extended Degree) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Environmental Economics and Environmental Management - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Environmental Economics and Environmental Management (Extended Degree) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Environmental Geography - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Environmental Geography (Extended Degree) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Environmental Science - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Environmental Science (Extended Degree) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject

- Film and Television Production - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- French and German Language - BA, 4 years, Single Subject
- French and Linguistics- BA, 4 years, Single Subject
- French and Spanish Language - BA, 4 years, Single Subject
- French / History (Equal) - BA, 4 years 
- French / Philosophy (Equal) - BA, 4 years

- Genetics - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Genetics (with a year in Europe) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Genetics (with a year in industry) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- German and Linguistics - BA, 4 years, Single Subject
- German and Spanish Language - BA, 4 years, Single Subject
- German / Philosophy (Equal) - BA, 4 years

- Historical Archaeology - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- History - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- History of Art - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- History / Economics - BA, 3 years, Major / Minor
- History / Economics (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- History / History of Art (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- History / Philosophy (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- History / Politics (Equal) - BA, 3 years

- Language and Literature in Education - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Law - LLB, 3 years, Single Subject
- Linguistics - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Linguistics with French - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Linguistics with German - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Linguistics with Spanish - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Linguistics / Mathematics (Equal) - BA, 3 years

- Management - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Management - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Management (with a year in industry) - BA, 4 years, Single Subject
- Management (with a year in industry) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Mathematics - BA / BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Mathematics - MMath, 4 years, Single Subject
- Mathematics (with a year in Europe) - BA / BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Mathematics and Finance (Equal) - BSc, 3 years
- Mathematics and Statistics (Equal) - BA / BSc, 3 years
- Mathematics / Computer Science (Equal) - MMath, 4 years
- Mathematics / Computer Science (Equal) (with a year in industry) - MMath, 5 years
- Mathematics / Philosophy (Equal) - BA / BSc, 3 years
- Mathematics / Physics (Equal) - BA / BSc, 3 years
- Mathematics / Physics (Equal) - MMath, 4 years
- Mathematics / Physics (Equal) (with a year in Europe) - BA / BSc, 4 years
- Medicine - BMBS, 5 years, Single Subject
- Midwifery Practice - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Molecular Cell Biology - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Molecular Cell Biology (with a year in Europe) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Molecular Cell Biology (with a year in industry) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Music - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Music Technology - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Music Technology Systems - BEng, 3 years, Single Subject
- Music Technology Systems - MEng, 4 years, Single Subject

- Nursing - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Nursing (Extended Degree) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject

- Philosophy - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Philosophy, Politics and Economics - BA, 3 years, Triple
- Philosophy / Linguistics (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- Philosophy / Politics (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- Philosophy / Sociology (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- Physics - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Physics - MPhys, 4 years, Single Subject
- Physics (with a Foundation Year) - BSc, 4 years, Single Subject
- Physics with Astrophysics - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Physics with Astrophysics - MPhys, 4 years, Single Subject
- Physics with Business Management - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Physics with Business Management - MPhys, 4 years, Single Subject
- Physics with Philosophy - MPhys, 4 years, Major / Minor
- Physics / Philosophy - BSc, 3 years, Major / Minor
- Politics - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Politics with International Relations - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Psychology - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject

- Social Policy - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Social Work - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Social and Political Sciences - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Sociology - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Sociology with Criminology - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Sociology with Social Psychology - BA, 3 years, Single Subject
- Sociology / Education (Equal) - BA, 3 years
- Spanish and Linguistics - BA, 4 years, Single Subject

- Theoretical Physics - BSc, 3 years, Single Subject
- Theoretical Physics - MPhys, 4 years, Single Subject

- Writing, Directing and Performance - BA, 3 years, Single Subject

Postgraduate & Research Courses:

* Taught MA / MSc / MRes / Diploma courses:  Full-time MA / MSc courses last 12 months; part-time MA / MSc courses normally last 24 months. Some courses are offered both in full-time and in part-time forms. For some MA / MSc courses there exists, as a variant, a nine-month Diploma course. In other cases, the Diploma is offered for a completely separate course.

Typically, full-time courses involve attendance at coursework over the first six/eight months followed by the production of a dissertation. Performance in coursework may be assessed continuously or by means of assignments or closed examinations.

* Research courses:  York has around 900 research postgraduates, most of them working towards PhD degrees. Around 60% are from the UK and 40% from other countries across the world, leading to a diverse community that provides many opportunities for the exchange of ideas with people from different backgrounds.

PhD / MPhil / MA / MSc by research

- PhD:  The PhD programme allows you to explore a specific area of your chosen subject in depth and to work with your supervisor in deciding the direction of your research. A PhD is a three year full-time or six year part-time programme of research and culminates in the production of a large-scale piece of written work in the form of a research thesis, normally of between 70,000 and 100,000 words.

- MPhil:  The MPhil is a qualification in its own right, and you may apply for the two-year full-time or four-year part-time programme which leads to this award. Many of the benefits described for the PhD programme also apply to the MPhil. Research for the MPhil is carried out in a similar way to the PhD, but the thesis required at the end is normally between 50,000 and 75,000 words in length.

- MA / MSc by research:  The MA / MSc by research is a one-year research degree which entails little or no coursework. Students choose a specific research project to work on, and have a greater degree of independence in their work than is the case with a taught masters course. Assessment is based wholly on the quality of the dissertation. Research training is provided in the relevant subject, and students work with a supervisor who advises them on their project.

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Health Sciences at the University of Southampton
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Located just three miles north of Southampton City Centre on the south coast of England, the Health Sciences Department at the University of Southampton provides a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate Degree and Diploma programs in a variety of healthcare fields. Courses include Bachelor and Masters Degree programmes in Nursing, Healthcare Science, Mental Health Studies, Physiotherapy, and more. The University is conveniently situated just 90 minutes south-west of London.

At Health Sciences, we are proud to give you a truly world class learning environment; helping you to move forward with your chosen career. We are committed to the improvement of health outcomes and the transformation of healthcare delivery through education.

Our established tradition for research-led learning means that we will equip you with the very latest scientific knowledge to assist your progress. We also give you state-of-the-art learning facilities, along with academics at the leading edge of their fields. Then there is our clear values-based approach to learning, which encourages a compassionate and empathetic outlook from day one.
Undergraduate Degree Programs:
- Bachelor of Midwifery (BMid)
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Bachelor of Science (BSc) Degrees:
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School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham
Courses / Programs
The School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham is located in Nottingham, in Nottinghamshire County in the East Midlands of England (approximately 2 hours north of London). We are the only academic school in the UK to focus specifically on contemporary China, and are recognised as a national leader in the provision of high quality, discipline-based research and degree programs in this area.

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We are distinct not only in our key strengths but in how our many strengths combine: we are financially secure, campus based and comprehensive; we are research-led and recruit top students and staff from around the world; we are committed to internationalising all our core activities so our students can have a valuable and enjoyable experience that prepares them well for the rest of their intellectual, professional and personal lives.
Undergraduate degree courses:
- BA (Hons) Contemporary Chinese Studies degree course
- Undergraduate Masters degree courses
- Collaborative courses

Postgraduate degree courses: Masters and PhD (Taught and Research)
- MSc Banking and Financial Markets in Contemporary China NEW
- MSc Business and Economy of Contemporary China

Mandarin Chinese tuition courses

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London South Bank University (LSBU)
Courses / Programs
Originally called the Borough Polytechnic Institute, London South Bank University is one of LondonĀ“s oldest universities. Our main campus is located in Elephant and Castle in the London Borough of Southwark, southeast London in the southeast of England with other campuses in in Romford, the London Borough of Havering and Whipps Cross, London Borough of Waltham in Essex, east of London. Since 1892, we've been priding ourselves on providing students with relevant and practical employment skills and supplying employers with a skilled workforce.

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Bachelor and master degree programs as well as foundational and vocational courses in:

Business:
* Business Studies
* Management
* Accounting & Finance
* Informatics

Engineering:
* Applied Sciences
* Engineering & Design
* Urban Engineering

Arts & Human Sciences:
* Arts & Media
* Education
* Law
* Psychology
* Social & Policy Studies

Health & Social Care
* Adult & Midwifery Studies
* Allied Health Sciences
* Children's Nursing
* Foundation Studies
* Mental Health
* Primary & Social Care

and many other areas
Aberystwyth University
Courses / Programs
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Postgraduate Degree Courses:

- Art
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Psychology at the University of Southampton
Courses / Programs
Located in Hampshire on the south coast of England (just 75 miles south-west of London),The University of Southampton offers a range of psychology-related degrees including a single, highly-focused, BSc Psychology honours degree that is recognised by the British Psychological Society. We also provide post-graduate and research degree programs, including MSc Degrees specializing in Health Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Research Methods in Psychology.

Psychology's broad-based BSc degrees give you the opportunity to study a wide range of topics before specialising in your chosen area. As well as summer placements, we also offer hands-on research experience through our Voluntary Research Assistant (VRA) scheme.

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Undergraduate Degrees
- BSc (Hons) Education and Psychology (3 years)
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Post-graduate Degrees
- MSc Foundations of Clinical Psychology (1 year)
- MSc Health Psychology (1 year)
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The University of Law
Courses / Programs
The University of Law is one of the UK's longest-established specialist providers of legal education and training in the UK, with campuses in London, Birmingham, Bristol, Guildford, Leeds, Manchester and Nottingham, as well as our GDL and LPC courses being taught in the University of East Anglia, the University of Exeter, the University of Reading and the University of Liverpool. 

Previously The College of Law, The University of Law was granted university status in November 2012 and now offers degrees in Business, Law, Criminology and Policing, plus a range of postgraduate legal training and Master's degrees designed by qualified experts to help students advance at any stage in their career.

The University of Law specialises in teaching, not research, and was awarded a silver rating in the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) in June 2019. We were found to deliver high quality teaching, learning and outcomes for our students and consistently exceed rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.

We have the UK's largest legal alumni group with over 64,000 members, giving our students excellent networking opportunities.
- Pre-Sessional English for International Students

- International Foundation Programmes in Business or Law

- A range of Business Degrees and Masters qualifications.
Law, Criminology and Policing degrees

- A wide range of Legal degrees with specialisms in different areas, e.g. LLB (Hons) Law (Bachelor degree) with Business or Criminology

- Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL)
- Master of Arts in Law (MA Law)
- Legal Practice Course (LPC)
- Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC)
- Master of Laws (LLM)
- MSc Programmes
- Professional training
- Plus a range of study options are available, including online