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Studying a postgraduate course can help you to further your career. The majority offer you a choice of full or part-time study options so you can balance work, life and study.


We work together with students to shape their academic journey, creating unique opportunities and building a foundation for their future.

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Our diverse campus is home to students from over 90 countries. At the University of Suffolk you will become part of our global network and your journey will be both exciting and challenging.

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Postgraduate Options

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Postgraduate Options

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Postgraduate Options

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Postgraduate Options

  • Whether you want to browse a printed copy or download a digital version, use the link below to order.

    Request a Postgraduate Prospectus
  • We're here to guide you through applying for your postgraduate course.

    How to Apply
  • From student finance to awards and scholarships, we will help you find the best way to find your studies.

    Funding your Studies
  • The Suffolk Doctoral College looks after recruitment, student experience and skills development of all Postgraduate Research students.

    Learn more about PhD study

Once you’ve decided which Postgraduate course to apply for, you can apply directly using our Direct Application Form. Links to the application form are available on each Postgraduate course page. You will be asked to create an account, which means you can leave the application and return to it when you are ready to complete it.

Applications for postgraduate study usually open one year in advance, and applications can be submitted until very close to the start date. We would encourage you to submit your application as early as possible so you can apply for a Postgraduate Loan and make arrangements to move to Ipswich if you do not already live in the area.

The application includes questions about employment and education history, and requires a personal statement and detail of a referee. Once you have submitted your application, the Admissions team will ask you to provide evidence of your completed qualifications, and evidence that you meet our English language requirements where appropriate.

"Applying for the MA in Creative and Critical Writing was the easiest decision I have ever made"

Rose Gant, MA Creative & Critical Writing, Class of 2022