Postgraduate study

Take your next step

A postgraduate degree (Master's) is the next level of study after an undergraduate degree. There are many reasons to study a Master's, such as to move into academia and research or to a specialised career path. Studying a Master’s degree in London gives you a competitive advantage when you start looking for a job, making you stand out from the crowd.

Why choose postgraduate study in London?

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Practical learning

Discover how to apply your knowledge in the real world and understand cultural diversity within a global city.

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Level up

Gain skills that will be useful in any working environment. You will start work knowing what is expected of you, with experience in one of the world's leading cities for business.

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Local networking

Take advantage of networking opportunities while studying in London, which could help launch your career upon graduation.

How can postgraduate study enhance your career?


Earning potential

Studying a postgraduate business course will teach you the skills and give you the experience you need to go for higher paying roles.
According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, business administration Master’s graduates earn 20,877 USD (16,068 GBP) more than those who studied to undergraduate level.

A degree is no longer enough

These days, many people interviewing for the same roles as you also hold a Bachelor’s degree. With a Master's you remain competitive so you can get the job you really want.

Discover more

There are even more reasons to complete a Master's degree, especially one where you can live and learn in London, the number 1 student city (QS Best Student Cities, 2022). Learn more in our blog post.

Postgraduate programmes

Meet Dr Olufunke Aluko-Daniels — Centre Director

Dr Olufunke Aluko-Daniels

Dr Olufunke Aluko-Daniels (Olu) has over 10 years teaching experience in higher education. She joined Study Group in 2016 as an Academic Law Tutor and since then has held different academic leadership roles. Her teaching experience involves different levels of qualifications from undergraduate to postgraduate, module leadership and oversight of academic governance.

With a Doctorate in International Studies, Master’s in International Law and an undergraduate law degree, Olu’s academic background is a mix of law and social science. She has good experience in designing academic programmes – and is passionate about quality, standards and student experience.

Olu is an active member of the Study Group Research and Scholarship Committee and the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Assessment, Learning and Teaching in International Education (JALTIE). She is also an Associate Fellow of the Advance HE, as well as a member of the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE). In her spare time, Olu works as a volunteer Pastor and enjoys cooking.

The most exciting thing about my role as Centre Director is receiving my students from different nations of the world and working with my team to support them to achieve outstanding outcomes. I am particularly looking forward to being able to contribute to the global community with the quality of global citizens that will be graduating from the University of Huddersfield -London.

My advice to students is come and study with us in one of the most popular student destination cities in the world and still be able to stand out from the crowd.”

Dr Olufunke Aluko-Daniels, Centre Director