To study MSc in applied metereology and climatology do I need to submit a research proposal or a simple intent to study would suffice.
If it’s a taught Masters then you won’t need to submit a research proposal, just a personal statement in which you outline why you are applying for this course, how you are qualified for it (and any experience you have that is relevant to the degree) and how the Masters fits in with your future plans.
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We will hold many more of these virtual open day events over the coming months so please check www.pg.bham.ac.uk now and again to see what we’ve got lined up for the future. If you’d like to visit our campus (in real life!), our next Postgraduate Open Day will take place on Wednesday 22 November 2017. We also run bespoke campus tours throughout term time and Cafés at which you can meet current students.
Will I be able to apply for a masters degree in 2018 as a European citizen and get the students loan?
The Postgraduate Student Loan is guarenteed for EU students up till the academic year 2018/19. You will also still pay the lower rate of Home/EU fees if you study your masters degree in 2018/19.
Beyond 2019, there is nothing confirmed yet.
Hope this information is helpful to you,
Hello, who I should contact for more information about biological sciences and more specifically biochemistry and drugs
If you find the programme(s) you are interested in on our website then each one will have an admissions tutor listed at the top of the page. They will be the best person to contact about the course.
Dear Mam, I am from Germany and in Germany our Law studies are not a Bachelor but finish with a state examination, Therefore I know some people with have made a LL.M at the University of Birmingham before they’ve passed the state examination. So I wanted to ask if that is still possible and what are the special requirements to do that.
Hi Jannis. In the past, we have accepted German applicants who have studied 3 years of a Law degree provided their GPA is approximately equivalent to a 2.1 in the UK. However, this is currently under review for the following 2018 intake. I’d suggest that you get back in contact with the Law School (email@example.com) in the next academic year to find out whether they will consider an application from you.