Continue your studies at Keele with a postgraduate degree
There's never been a better time to study a postgraduate course at Keele. Our alumni can get up to 20% discount off postgraduate tuition fees, and that's in addition to student loans that are now available through Student Finance England.
20% Alumni discount
As a Keele graduate, you could be eligible for up to 20% discount on the standard postgraduate taught and research tuition fees. Terms and conditions apply.
You could be eligible for the Master's Loan
The Postgraduate Master's Loan is available through Student Finance England to support students during their studies. You could be eligible for up to £12,167 to support you with your course and living costs.
Enhance your career prospects
Your prospects could be significantly enhanced by completing a postgraduate degree. 92% of our 2020 postgraduates went on to secure professional and managerial jobs, compared to 72% of our undergraduates (Graduate Outcomes Survey, 2020).
Explore a new subject area
Specialise in your current field of study, or pursue a new and innovative subject to complement this - the choice is yours.
What postgraduate degree is right for me?
Your Keele undergraduate course can lead directly on to a postgraduate course. See which ones are available by choosing your area of study below.
Submitting your application for postgraduate study
Current Keele students will apply for their chosen course via e:Vision. You will login to your e:Vision account and select ‘continue your studies at Keele’. From here you will select the year of entry and your chosen course and click ‘apply’!
Keele alumni will apply online via the apply now button on the relevant postgraduate course page.
Once you have submitted your application, the Admissions team will then check to make sure that you meet any subject-specific or additional* requirements for the programme you wish to be considered for and then confirm your offer of a place. Your conditional offer can be cancelled at any time prior to enrolling or within 14 days of commencing your studies, meaning you are not binding yourself to this option by applying now. However, some courses do have deadlines so it may be worth checking your preferred option sooner rather than later.
* Some of our programmes have additional requirements e.g. additional forms to complete and/or an interview.
** Due to the highly specialised nature of some of these postgraduate programmes, not all of them will be open to you.
"I wanted to apply the skills I learnt at BSc to an industrial setting, in order to, not only gain work experience but to improve my employability. I have gained the maturity and work ethic associated with a fast paced working environment, along with the practical skills associated with a laboratory based setting. This helped me a lot in job interviews! "Read more about Jodie Wright, MSc Analytical Science for Industry Graduate
"Having an MSc, MA or MBA widens career opportunities and demonstrates competency to employers. I'm hoping achieving this MSc will support experience gained in industry to allow me to realise my full potential and achieve all my career goals."Read more about Aaron Whittaker, MSc Advanced Computer Science Graduate
"I genuinely believe that my international law LLM, which included a two-week UN internship in Geneva, really gave me the edge in my graduate job applications."Read more about Daniel Murray, MA International Law Graduate
"I was a desirable PhD candidate due to my knowledge and experience of specific research equipment."Read more about Steven Lewis, Geoscience Research Graduate