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BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

The Brunel Master of Laws (LLM Law) is a flexible programme that enables graduates to specialise in a particular area of English or international law, or to obtain proficiency  across a range of legal disciplines.

Our wide choice of elective modules, including in-demand subjects such as trade law, intellectual property, and human rights, allows you to tailor your own programme to your legal interests and career objectives.

You can choose to study full-time (one year) or part-time (two years), and to begin your course either in September or in January.

In a legal job market where many employers are looking for candidates with advanced, specialised training, your LLM Law will improve your career prospects whether in a law practice, business, government or academia.

Varies on the country.

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Your Masters LLM consists of optional modules and a 15,000 word dissertation on a legal topic of your choice. Full-time students should complete four modules per term, excluding the dissertation. Part-time students should complete two modules per term, excluding the dissertation.

Duration
1
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Monthly
Tuition :
£ 16200.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Masters

ST. MARGARET’S SCHOOL - CANADA | Victoria, Canada

 

St. Margaret’s School (SMS) is an all-girls, independent day and boarding school located in the city of Victoria, on the scenic west coast of British Columbia, Canada. Founded in 1908, SMS is an international centre for girls’ learning and leadership development, providing empowering education for girls from

Boarding: Grades 7–12


SMS values diversity and inspires excellence of mind and strength of spirit. Students here are challenged to take responsibility for their own learning experience; to develop individual worth, academic excellence, personal wellness, and a connection with nature; and to provide service to their local and global community.

Step 1 – Explore our School: Come for a tour and spend a day as an SMS student. Can't make it to an in-person tour? Check out our website and look for videos and photos to provide you with a glimpse into what life on campus looks like.

Step 2 – Apply Online: www.stmarg.ca

Step 3 – Documentation:

  • Academic reference – completed by a previous or current academic advisor (teacher, principal, counsellor, etc.).
  • Character reference - completed by an adult who is not a relative or a family friend.
  • Copy of last year’s final report card.
  • Copy of the most recent report card.
  • Photocopy of applicant’s birth certificate, passport, or landed immigrant status.
  • Recent photo of the applicant.
  • English Language Testing (for those students whose first language is not English)
  • SSAT (optional)

Step 4 – Assessment

The placement assessment is used to determine a student’s strengths, weaknesses and readiness to begin classes at SMS. We understand that this can be an intimidating process for students and their parents and do all we can to make the process comfortable and informal.

Grades 7 – 12: students will participate in an interview with our Director of Admissions and write a placement evaluation. This typically takes place at our school, but alternate arrangements can be made for students living outside of Victoria. English Language Learning (ELL) Program: ELL students are required to attend a two-week orientation at the end of August, where they will participate in English language proficiency testing as well as morning classes, which allow teachers to meet and evaluate each student.

Applicants from China: Vericant will conduct interviews with our applicants in mainland China, recording the interview on video as well as collecting short writing samples. Schedule a Vericant interview.

Step 5 – Financial Assistance and Scholarships:

SMS is proud to provide a number of awards and scholarships to honour achievement by our current students and for new students as well. While excellence in academics is certainly recognized, these awards also celebrate other highly prized attributes in alignment with our school values: leadership, community involvement, and service. Please visit the school website (www.stmarg.ca) for more details around our entrance scholarships and financial aid process.

Step 6 – Admission Decision Our Admissions Office will inform you of the School’s decision within three weeks of completing the admissions process.

Tution cost includes boarding fees.

Duration
2
Housing :
$ 1.00 Monthly
Tuition :
$ 43000.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Middle-school

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

The new BA in Film Production aims to develop the creative, practical, technical, cultural and interpersonal knowledge and skills associated with professional film production. Combining the production and theory of visual digital media, it is the perfect starting point for those interested in pursuing the career in Film, TV, Communications or Media.

The course offers a combination of film production (including practical film/video-making, scriptwriting, filming and editing, project management skills) with critical analysis, thinking and research skills and an understanding of the how the film and TV industries work. 

Varies on the country.

Please, check our website.

The Film Production BA is designed for those who want the opportunity to develop professional expertise in filmmaking, mixed with academic study and more general knowledge of the workings of the film and television industries.

Duration
3/4
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 15400.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Bachelor

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

BSc Accountancy is a broad-based academic programme and a field of study with practical implications, offering the chance to develop related personal and professional skills. The study of this programme involves the consideration of conceptual, professional and practical aspects of accountancy. The degree structure is progressive, allowing you to move from foundation modules to more critical and specialist modules. The programme embeds international and ethical considerations, with optional modules grounding the study of accountancy in a broader understanding of the perspectives that inform accounting theory and professional practice.

GCE A-Level BBB (all subjects considered excluding General Studies).

  • BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma DDD in a related subject.
  • BTEC Level 3 Diploma DD in a related subject, with an A-level at grade B.
  • BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma D in any subject with A-levels grade BB.
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma 30 points, including 5 in Standard Maths or 4 in Higher Maths.
  • Access to Higher Education Diploma  Complete and pass a related subject Access course with 45 credits at Level 3, with Merit or higher with GCSE Mathematics at grade B or grade 6.

 

A minimum of five GCSEs are required, including GCSE Mathematics grade B or grade 6 and GCSE English grade C or grade 4.

Entry criteria are subject to review and change each academic year.

  • To combine academic and practical insights into the subject of accountancy within an international and comparative context.
  • To help you to develop the practice of independent thinking and learning, critical thinking, enquiry and logical expression
  • To equip you with key transferrable skills suited to a wide range of careers in accountancy.

 

Duration
3 years
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 14800.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Bachelor

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

About the course

With employees now recognised as a key resource, the MSc in Human Resource Management offers students the opportunity to explore in depth the theoretical and analytical issues in the management of human resources and the roles these play in organisation success.

Students will examine a full range of HRM approaches, techniques and methodologies. The course is designed for those who wish to become humane resource practioners in academic, consultancy or commercial settings. It is also suitbale for students looking to undertake further research in academic consultancy or commercial settings.

The compulsory modules on the course are in relation to Human Resource Management contexts, concepts and practices, and contemporary issues such as talent and leadership recruitment and selection, reward management, performance management and facilitating learning and development in organisations.

Issues in international human resource management such as expatriation, managing across cultures will also be covered, as well as HR systems and processes from an international perspective. A number of leading edge optional modules are available on the programme including Global Diversity Management; Ethics and Corporate Governance.

Aims

  • You will be provided with a critical theoretical and applied knowledge and understanding of human resource management.
  • Graduates as prospective entrants to human resources management roles, as 'thinking performers', should be able to address business and professional situations knowledgeably, making contributions to improved organisational performance and delivery of sound personnel/human resources practice and services

Varies depending on country.

Please check the course page on Brunel's website for further information.

Duration
1-year full-time (September intake); 15 months full-time (January intake)
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 16200.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Masters

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

Design at Brunel is all about realising fantastic ideas in the real world. Our Product Design BSc degree is focused on developing your commercial awareness, technical skills and ability to innovate, meaning you can develop products that both look good and work well.

There is a lot of project-based learning to test your skills and you’ll see the outcome of your design from concept to making the actual product. This means you’ll be able to build a great portfolio of your best-quality projects, academic and industry briefs, and case studies during your studies.

You’ll have workshop training and will use industry-standard equipment and software to develop quality hands-on skills to become a maker. Independent access is available to modern facilities that include dedicated design studios, digital sketching, extensive prototyping workshops, and electronics and digital fabrication labs. The practical knowledge you gain is transferable to industry and provides a head start for your future career as a designer and design making in the modern world.

Our product design course is accredited by the Institution of Engineering Designers (IED) and can be studied full-time over three years, or four years with a placement year. The placement year helps you to prepare for the world of work and you’ll have a year’s worth of invaluable professional experience when you graduate. Our students have worked in both small innovation start-ups and multinational organisations such as Adidas, Chanel, Jaguar Land Rover, Philips, Disney and Lego. Some take advantage of exchange programmes that can take them to universities in Europe and the USA.

Made in Brunel is a unique, student-led initiative that showcases our design talent at its finest. Each year our students run a series of industry and community events leading up to the Made in Brunel exhibition. This annual showcase is a highlight of the London design calendar and promotes the incredible work our students produce to the creative community, and is a great way for our students to network with key design professionals.

If you are interested in turning a product or technology idea into a business after you graduate, we are in partnership with the Central Research Laboratory (CRL), a design incubator for start-ups. You’ll have access to meeting rooms and work space as well as prototyping facilities. A team of in-house professionals will guide and support you at each stage and a number of our previous entrepreneurial students have successfully commercialised their products.

The British Industrial Design Association graduate employability survey ranks Brunel second for creating the ‘most employable graduates’.

The first two years contain a balanced blend of creative and technical subjects and mechanics and electronics are taught at a theoretical level. In your final year, you move on to more specialised areas and you’ll be introduced to the human-centred design process, enabling you to identify alternative design solutions.

GCE A-level ABB, including at least grade B in Design and Technology, Product Design, Art or Art and Design and at least grade B Maths or Physics (General Studies not accepted).

  • BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma D*DD in a related subject including Distinctions in Further Mathematics for Technicians, and Further Mechanical Principles.
  • BTEC Level 3 Diploma DD in a related subject with an A-Level at grade A in Maths or Physics.
  • BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma D in any subject with A-Levels grade AB in Design and Technology, Product Design, Art or Art and Design plus Maths or Physics.
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma 31 points, including 5 in Higher level Design and Technology, Product Design, Art or Art and Design and 5 in Higher Level Maths or Physics.
  • Access to Higher Education Diploma Complete and pass Access to Engineering course with 45 credits at Level 3, of which 30 credits must be at Distinction and 15 credits at Merit or higher. All Maths units must be Distinctions at level 3.

 

Five GCSEs at grade C or grade 4 and above are also requiered, to include Maths and English Language.

Entry criteria are subject to review and change each academic year.

Duration
3 years
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 18000.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Bachelor

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

This course provides a unique mix of multimedia and interaction design processes, design of 3D virtual reality and animation media, AV media and effects, and 3D media combined with real and virtual studio and on-location multimedia creation.

It not only focuses on the creative art and design aspects of digital media, but also on the theory and practice of the technical tools and techniques required for creating 3D, interactive real and virtual reality media through the development of design and technology knowledge, understanding and skills.

  • A 2:2 (or above) UK Honours degree, or equivalent internationally recognised qualification, in Multimedia Technology,  or a related subject. Students from Film & TV; Art & Design; Communications; or Media Studies who show promise of technical aptitude, and students from Engineering, Science, including Social and Computer Sciences/Information Technology who show design aptitude ,will also be considered.

 

 

Entry criteria are subject to review and change each academic year.

The MSc programme in Advanced Multimedia Design and 3D Technologies aims to develop a thorough knowledge of the design principles and techniques required for the design of combined real and virtual interactive and 3D multimedia, and an appreciation of the current research directions and opportunities that are available in this field of research.

On this course you will:

  • Develop advanced knowledge and skills relevant to the design and creation of combined real, virtual interactive and 3D multimedia and tools, to assist in the creation of combined real and virtual interactive and 3D multimedia.
  • Develop the ability to design complex combined real and virtual interactive and 3D multimedia creations, and the versatility to apply a variety of different design tools and technologies across a range of different media areas to realise the creation.
  • Develop creativity and independent learning ability required for continuing professional development, further research, and for acquiring new skills at a high level.
  • Gain an appreciation of the current research directions and opportunities that are available in this field of research.
Duration
1 year
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 18000.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Masters

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

American political issues, the Holocaust, democracy, globalisation, Parties and Voters in the UK  – these are only some of the political aspects and key events you will be able to explore in detail as part of the course.

As well as providing a foundation in the approaches to, and theories of, politics and international relations, the programme will develop your understanding of the importance of politics in a globalising and integrating world.

Varies on the country.

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This degree is designed to enable you to study international affairs in their political and historical contexts.

You will address critical political questions, such as:

  • Who has political power?
  • Why do they have it?
  • To whom are they accountable?
  • In whose interest do they exercise it?
  • What is globalisation?
  • Is violent protest ever justified?
Duration
3/4
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 15400.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Bachelor

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

Mathematics is a fundamental subject that is constantly developing. Yes – it is a discipline in its own right. But it is also the thinking behind countless commercial, industrial and technological activities.

Mathematical models underpin engineering, the applied sciences, computing and many aspects of management today. As a mathematics student you will develop an outlook and high level study skills that will be hugely valuable whatever career path you follow after graduation.

Two-thirds of this course consists of the compulsory parts of our wide-ranging Maths course and covers several application areas – finance, statistics, operational research (how maths can be applied to commercial and industrial problems) and numerical analysis. The remaining third covers the workings of financial markets, and corporate investment and finance.

This programme will meet the educational requirements of the Chartered Mathematician designation, awarded by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, when it is followed by subsequent training and experience in employment to obtain equivalent competences to those specified by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) for taught Master's degrees.

Varies on the country.

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Maths students at Brunel work with staff who are internationally recognised for their state-of-the-art subject knowledge.

Because Maths has links with many other subject areas, we offer an excitingly wide choice of courses, each with a different emphasis. These include modules in pure and applied mathematics, operational research, computer science, finance, information technology and management studies. This structure means that most individual subject modules are not unique to any particular degree.

We are also very active at postgraduate level offering Mathematics MSc courses and research opportunities in many areas. External grants and contracts with industry and government establishments support much of our research – keeping us right at the ‘cutting edge’ and actively in contact with modern uses of mathematics. The result is that our undergraduate courses are truly up-to-date. For example, you may undertake your major final year project in one of our research areas

If you are a committed Maths student interested in a career in the fast moving world of finance or commerce, this course is for you. You will acquire the skills needed to develop mathematical and statistical knowledge, as well as a good awareness of financial institutions, markets and their workings.

Duration
3/4
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 16850.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Bachelor

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY | Uxbridge, United Kingdom

About the course

Brunel was the first university in Europe to establish a Master's degree in Medical Anthropology. Since then we have continued to develop our programme to reflect the changing world in which we live.

In short, Medical Anthropology can be described as the study of cultural beliefs and practices associated with the origin, recognition and management of health and illness in different social and cultural groups.

Literally hundreds of students – doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, social workers and other medical professionals among them – can testify to the quality of our programme, having used it either to enhance their professional practice, to change career or to develop their research interests for future studies.

Anthropology at Brunel is well-known for its focus on ethnographic fieldwork: as well as undertaking rigorous intellectual training, all our students are expected to get out of the library and undertake their own, original research – whether in the UK or overseas – and to present their findings in a dissertation. Students take this opportunity to travel to a wide variety of locations across the world – see “Special Features” for more details.

Attendance for lectures full-time: 2 days per week - for 24 weeks
Attendance for lectures part-time: 1 day per week - for 24 weeks (in each of 2 years)

Aims

The degree aims to equip students with a broad, general understanding of anthropology and how it might be applied to medical and health-related problems.

You will develop a deeper understanding of how people’s ideas about the world, as well as the structural constraints within which they find themselves, have an impact on their understanding and experience of health, sickness and disease.

You’ll achieve this through close study of key texts in medical anthropology, the original fieldwork experiences of your lecturers, and through designing and undertaking your own research project.

If you’ve wondered about some or all of the questions below – all of which are addressed in the degree – this could be the course for you:

  • How does poverty contribute to the profiles of diseases such as diabetes and tuberculosis?
  • Why are some diseases, such as leprosy or AIDS/HIV, feared and stigmatized?
  • Why do some biomedical interventions seeking to control infectious and non-infectious diseases work, and others fail?
  • What might stop some patients seeking conventional treatments for cancers and other conditions – even when they are offered for free – despite the apparent efficacy of the medicines available?
  • How does one make the distinction between the healthy and the pathological? Is being ‘disabled’, for example, always a negative state, or might some consider it just another, equally valid, way of being?
  • What are the effects of political, economic and other social conditions on people’s experiences of what, from a biomedical perspective, might be considered the same diseases?
  • How and why is it appropriate to combine insights emerging from clinical and epidemiological research with ethnographic understandings of health, illness and disease?

The Brunel Medical Anthropology MSc addresses these issues and more in a lively and challenging way, through a programme of lectures, class discussions, and your own – personally directed – final dissertation research project

Varies depending on country.

Please check the course page on Brunel's website for further information.

Duration
1
Housing :
£ 5000.00 Yearly
Tuition :
£ 14800.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
No
Level :
Masters
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