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Master courses at Leeds Met – no Bachelor degree required

Friday, March 17, 2017


Leeds Metropolitan University will now be providing an International Masters course.

The details are currently being updated on our online course finder and you will soon be able to find all the information you need here – http://courses.leedsmet.ac.uk/internationalmasters

Who is it for?
International students with IELTS 5.5 minimum in each skill plus a HND or equivalent qualification.

What is it?
A combined Academic English and Masters course. 2 semesters of Pre-Masters (academic English, study skills and subject knowledge) at final year undergraduate level followed by a Masters programme.

Which masters can students progress on to?


  • MA Childhood Studies and Early Years
  • MA International Business
  • MSc Management
  • MSc Financial Economics
  • MA International Trade
  • MA Peace and Development
  • MA International Relations
  • MA International Political Economy
  • MSc Psychology with Business
  • MSc Psychology Conversion Award
  • MA Interdisciplinary Psychology
  • MSc Environmental Health
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Health and Safety (under development)
  • MSc International Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • MSc Sports Events Management
  • MA English Language Teaching (route 2)

More courses are in the process of being added.

What about UKBA requirements?
Students will be given one CAS for the whole 2-year programme.

What award will the students gain?
They will gain a Masters in their chosen subject ie of those listed above. They will not gain an award at the end of the Pre-Masters part of the course but upon successful completion they will have guaranteed progression onto one of the masters listed above.

How much does it cost?
£19,950 for combined academic English and Masters (To be confirmed). This will be better value for money for students than if they studied a 2-semester Pre-Masters or Graduate Diploma followed by a Masters.

Start date: September each year. First intake September 2018.



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