Keele Law School runs a suite of postgraduate degree courses which are suitable both for professionals wishing to improve their skills and knowledge base and for recent graduates looking for an edge in the competitive jobs market. In addition to our semester long modules designed for full-time postgraduate students, a number of our postgraduate modules are taught in blocks of study, enabling those in employment to study on a part time basis.
Studying on our postgraduate degrees you will be taught by our internationally recognised, world-leading academic staff through the taught sessions, and if you decide to do a dissertation, will work on a one-to-one basis with an academic supervisor. All of our Masters degrees aim to provide a foundation for pursuing further study at doctoral level.
As a postgraduate student, you will have access to a range of support structures, including: research training; accessible staff supervisors; good library resources; access to postgraduate study rooms within the School; and access to IT and legal research tools. You will also be encouraged to take an active role in the research culture at Keele and will be welcome to attend staff work-in-progress sessions, guest lectures and other research events.