Courses starting in January and February

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Full-time, part-time or distance learning. Explore January-start and February-start courses. 

Want to start a postgraduate university course or work-based degree in January or February?

Many of our courses have a January or February intake, so you don’t have to wait until the autumn to get started.

Courses with a January or February start include Master’s, part-time, and distance learning courses and postgraduate research programmes. You can also start our work-based Learning at Work degree courses in January.

If you need to find somewhere to live, our Accommodation Office can help you once you've applied.

Browse and apply for courses starting in January and February below.

Postgraduate Master’s and taught courses

Postgraduate Master's and taught courses starting in January and February include full-time, part-time and distance learning courses.

To apply for a postgraduate taught course, use our online application form.

Browse postgraduate taught courses

Postgraduate research courses

You can start any of our full-time and part-time PhD, MPhil and MD degrees in February or October.

To apply for a postgraduate research course, find the PhD, MPhil or MD degree you want to do. Then complete the form at the bottom of the course page to get in touch with a potential supervisor to discuss your research before you apply.

Find a research degree

Work-based Learning at Work degrees

Our Learning at Work degree courses allow you to get an undergraduate Bachelor's or postgraduate Master's university degree alongside your current job, without going to university full time.

All of these work-based courses start in January and September. Details of how to apply are on each course page.

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International students

Most courses with a January and February intake are open to students from outside the UK and EU, but some aren't. If a course isn't open to international students, it will say this on the course page.

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