If you have a passion for learning and want to continue your studies to gain a postgraduate qualification, you’re in good hands with the University of Central Lancashire. We have a wide range of postgraduate taught programmes to choose from which can help you specialise and pursue your dream career.
To apply for one of our postgraduate taught programmes, you will need to complete and return the University postgraduate online application form.
For some postgraduate courses you will need to apply directly by downloading a Postgraduate Application Form and sending it to us by post or email. For advice on completing the application form, please also see our Postgraduate Application Guidance Notes.
If you require any help or advice when applying for a postgraduate course, please request a call back from our Admissions Team who will be happy to talk you through your application.
The government has now confirmed its commitment to loans for postgraduate master's programmes of up to £10,000. Find out more about financing your studies and how to apply for a loan.
In general, all postgraduate programmes require a minimum of a lower second class degree from a recognised university, or a professional qualification deemed to be equivalent. To find out more about specific entry criteria please see individual postgraduate course pages
In addition to meeting the minimum entry requirements, applicants must satisfy the University’s English language entry requirements, for more details please see our country pages.
If you love life at UCLan and want to join the 5,000 postgraduate students currently studying with us then we aim to help you continue your journey here in Preston. Students with a previous award from the University may be eligible for a tuition fee discount on both full and part-time programmes. Find out more about discounts available to our alumni.
The University of Central Lancashire is a diverse environment, which brings people into contact with each other in a wide variety of ways. The University community includes students who are children (those under the age of 18) and vulnerable adults. We have a duty to safeguard these groups of individuals, as well as a duty to provide a safe environment in which our staff can work and all of our students can study and where relevant, live. We therefore ask all applicants who have accepted a place with us if they have relevant unspent criminal convictions obtained in the UK or other jurisdiction. This is so that we can consider the implications of any convictions, assess any risks to you or others within the University environment and determine whether we can reasonably manage any risks to enable you to take up your place here. Having a relevant unspent conviction therefore is not an automatic barrier to taking up your place on your chosen programme. Therefore, if you accept an offer the University will ask you to disclose details about relevant unspent convictions and supporting information.