Online Bachelors and Masters degrees (part-time) with instalments

Have you always dreamed of completing a degree? Did you enter the workforce early in life and feel that you missed out on your opportunity to study at university level? For many people, work and family commitments prevent them from taking up full-time study, and they can’t relocate to be closer to the campus-based university that offers the degree they want to study.

But your dream isn’t out of reach – you can now study a degree fully online. This means you don’t need to travel to campus or an assessment centre for any modules. You can continue in your current role and keep up with any family or work commitments, while achieving a respected degree from a top UK university.


Fees can be paid in full or via a pre-arranged monthly payment plan. This will help you to spread the fees over your period of study.


Generally, a Bachelors degree will take you 4 years to complete online. A Masters degree generally takes 2 years to complete online.

If you have no prior qualification or experience in a subject you are interested in, you may consider to enrol on a CertHE which will then enable you to apply for the relevant degree programme.

If you do not have a bachelor’s degree, you may still be accepted based on your relevant work experience. If you have studied in the past (e.g. Diploma, Foundation degree), you may be be eligible for Accreditation for Prior Learning (APL), which will reduce the duration of your study and at the same time, reduce the fees. Your eligibility will be determined by the Academic team when you submit an online application.

In addition to the entry requirements, you will also need to have an English language ability equivalent to IELTS (Academic) 6.0 for Bachelors degrees, or IELTS (Academic) 6.5 for Masters degrees.


  1. Business
  2. Project Management
  3. Law
  4. Psychology
  5. Criminology
  6. Healthcare
  7. Computing
  8. Education


Depending on the programme you choose, the next intake is in September 2020, October 2020 or November 2020.


You can still be enrolled one day before the start of class, subject to you submitting a complete application at least two weeks prior. If you are interested, we should submit your application by the first week of September.

Let’s get connected so I can share more details with you. Register your interest and book a discussion slot here.


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