Café Masters

A social opportunity to discover, discuss and learn more about postgraduate study

Are you interested in studying for a Masters degree at Birmingham? 

Would you like to find out more about the value of postgraduate study? 

Do you want to discuss further study with current and recent Masters students?

.... If so, then  Café Masters can help.

Café Masters events offer a mixture of general and school-specific sessions to help you learn more about the experience of studying for a Masters degree at the University of Birmingham. 

These informal sessions are opportunities for you to find out what Masters study is all about and the directions in which a Birmingham Masters degree might take you.

 

 

Your next Café Masters

Wednesday 27 May 2015

5.15-6.30pm, Board Room, Law Building   

We will be running a general Café Masters event on Wednesday 27 May. The event is open to all students interested in studying for a Masters. 

For 2015 entry the University has 224 new £10,000 scholarships available for Masters students from under-represented groups. These scholarships have been jointly funded by the British Government; the allocation of the awards, which is the fourth highest in the UK, further cements Birmingham’s place amongst the very best higher education institutions for postgraduate study. Round two of this competition is now open and guidance on how to apply will be given at the Café.

The event will also help you to find out more about what it's like to study for a Masters degree, the options that are available to you at Birmingham, and whether a postgraduate degree would be your best next step.

Come along to hear a panel of current postgraduate students share their experiences, to ask any questions you have about postgraduate study, and to discuss your next steps with a member of the Postgraduate Recruitment team. 

All prospective students are welcome and free refreshments will be provided!

To book your place, or for details of future Café Masters events, please email Emily Rozier: e.j.rozier@bham.ac.uk