Ulster University launches postgrad recruitment webinars

  • Ulster University has launched a catalogue of free postgraduate study webinars in line with Covid-19 recovery plans.

    The webinar series will run throughout June and will put students in virtual contact with sector specific experts and student support teams to provide an in-depth insight into the benefits of postgraduate study, the application process, finance options and student support available.

    Roisin McCart, head of strategic marketing at Ulster University commented: “Research (by the Higher Education Statistics Agency) has shown that those with a postgraduate qualification are 20% more likely to gain high skilled employment and earn on average earn £8,000 per year more than graduates, an average of £266,000 over a lifetime in employment.

    “We have both full-time and part-time flexible study options that can be built around your commitments, both personal and professional. Our industry driven programmes are agile and designed to provide people with the skills and competencies that are needed in this ever-changing situation.”

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    The webinar series includes interactive sessions in areas such as Law, Engineering, Finance, and IT, as well as advice on fees and funding support.

    Future applicants can also discuss what type of study is best for them, with a range of short-courses, part-time and full-time study options available.

    The university has more than 200 courses available across all disciplines including full time, part time or distance learning options, short courses and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes.

    Previous Ulster University graduates and alumni can also receive 10% discount off their tuition fees.

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    To register for the free webinars, visit https://www.ulster.ac.uk/study/postgraduate

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