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Browse all our latest articles, guides, interviews, celebrations and features about studying a master’s degree online with the University of Liverpool. 

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What can I expect from my programme induction?

Studying our postgraduate programmes online provides a fantastic opportunity for anyone who is wanting to obtain a qualification from a high-ranking British university. A qualification that has the same standing in the UK as the master’s degrees received by students who attended on- campus courses...

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Spotlight on Postgraduate Certificate Academic Practice (PGCAP)

In this blog we discuss why you might consider studying for a PGCAP, what you can do with the qualification and answer other frequently asked questions. 

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What discounts are available for online study at Liverpool?

Our discounts have different eligibility criteria, with different discounts available for applicants with different backgrounds. In this blog, we’re going to run through some of the discounts we have for our courses, covering who is eligible for each one.

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Gain professional recognition as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and an initial teaching qualification

The University of Liverpool’s Postgraduate Certificate Academic Practice (PGCAP) provides a unique opportunity for those new to teaching in higher education to simultaneously gain professional recognition as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and a Postgraduate Certificate qualificati...

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What are academic transcripts and how do I get them?

If you want to apply for an online master’s programme with the University of Liverpool, then we will ask you to provide copies of your certificates to evidence your academic achievements. If your certificate does not document your final overall grade or classification, you will be required to prov...

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How do I write a good personal statement?

An important part of the application process for our online master’s programmes is to write a short personal statement about your interest and experience in the subject you are applying for, your reasons for choosing the programme, and how you feel your studies will help you in the future.