Courses starting in January and February 2022
Want to start a university course or a job-based degree in January or February 2022?
Many of our courses have a January or February intake, so you don't have to wait until next autumn to get started.
Courses with a January or February start include Master's degrees, top-up Bachelor's degrees, part-time courses and postgraduate research programmes. Most accept international students and you can study many of our courses online by distance learning, giving you the flexibility to study at home without coming to the University.
You can also start any of our job-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 2022 below.
Online (distance learning) courses
Study online at a location that suits you, at a time that fits with your schedule and other commitments.
You get interactive digital course material, and streamed lectures and seminars on some courses. Plus access to teaching, support staff and a personal tutor via email, phone and video calls.
Postgraduate Master's and taught courses
Postgraduate Master's and taught courses starting in January and February include full-time and part-time courses.
Details of how to apply are on each course page. Some are available online by distance learning.
Postgraduate research programmes
Work-based undergraduate and postgraduate 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.
Undergraduate top-up courses
Some of our Bachelor's top-up courses are starting in January and February 2022. Details of how to apply are on each course page.
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.