New postgraduate taught programmes

Our extensive and innovative portfolio of postgraduate programmes is constantly updated and extended to reflect the latest research and developments.

MSc Building and Infrastructure Information Modelling (BIM) for Smart Engineering

This MSc will provide you with the necessary training, skills and hands-on experience to become successful in the dynamic and highly competitive fields of BIM and smart engineering.

Software Engineering

On this one-year programme based at the National Software Academy in Newport, students will undertake practical development using current leading edge commercial tools and techniques and be exposed to direct industrial involvement in a dynamic commercial-like environment.

Public Leadership

The MSc in Public Leadership will be a unique, challenge-based learning programme that reflects our commitment to our Public Value strategy.

Science Communication (MSc) (full-time)

An interdisciplinary science communication degree offered jointly with the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, and the Techniquest science discovery centre.

MRes in Stem Cell Neurobiology

Develop your knowledge and understanding of this fast growing field of modern bioscience with an innovative and practical Masters programme.

Therapeutic Prescribing for Optometrists

This course will provide optometrists with a broad education in prescribing practice that will equip them with the necessary knowledge and skills to enhance their career and contribute effectively to extended professional roles.

Computational Methods in Architecture

This course addresses the need for creative professionals who are equipped with the IT skills, digital fabrication skills, simulation software skills, or the ability to design custom-software development tools to solve unique design problems.

Coming soon

The following programmes are currently going through the approval process. Contact us to be the first to find out when these are open for applications:

MA in Global Culture and Creativity

Our MA in Global Culture and Creativity will enable you to develop research analysis on the 21st century cultural industries and creative economy, based on cultural diversity and individual creativity.

It is suitable for applicants who would like to develop research understanding through building practical work experience with wide private and public art institutions. These include museums, theatres, digital media and publishing industries across the globe, including the UK, China, Japan, Africa, Latin America, North America and Europe. This is the first such MA and sits within the School of Modern Languages and provides graduates with forefront research narrative and distinctive career prospects globally.