Staying at BCU for your Master's

Are you currently studying at BCU and thinking of continuing your studies after you graduate? Find out the benefits of studying your Master's at BCU and how to apply.

Why choose BCU?

  • We're investing £340 million in industry-standard, state-of-the-art facilities to ensure you have the best possible environment for practice-based learning.

  • At BCU's STEAMhouse, you'll find local businesses working alongside students. Students will have the opportunity to work on industry projects, attend workshops and gain experience from our resident businesses.

  • Our lecturers are experts in their subject. Several of our academic staff are National Teaching Fellows - the most prestigious award for excellence in university teaching and learning.

Graduate Scholarship

You could be eligible for a 20% fee reduction available to all BCU graduates enrolling onto an eligible postgraduate qualification within two years of graduation with a lower-second class honours degree (2:2)

Fast track application

Our fast track application means you can apply for postgraduate study in just a few minutes. We're here to walk you through the few simple steps.


Since you already study at BCU, you might be wondering what the point is in attending a Postgraduate Open Event. We’ve got six reasons why coming to have a look around is anything but pointless.

Six reasons to attend

Discover more about postgraduate study

Funding your Master's degree

One of the biggest considerations in studying a Master's is finance and funding. We've outlined what you need to know about funding your postgraduate course.

Postgraduate funding

Transitioning to Master's study

Josi shares her experience of starting a Master’s straight after her Bachelor’s degree and discusses a lot of the questions you may currently have about the transition between courses.

Josi's experience

Studying a new subject

Thinking about studying something different to your undergraduate subject? Find out about our conversion courses that make it possible to try something new.

Conversion courses


If your child is considering studying at Master's level after their undergraduate degree, then you might have some questions. Download our postgraduate guide for parents and guardians to find out how studying a Master's could benefit them and what the application process is like.