Please use the following guide to maximise the results of your UK university course search.
A student who is searching 'construction management' courses should enter ‘construction’ into the course name box - management is a much wider search term than construction, so by entering 'construction', you will receive better search results.
Try to avoid putting in general words such as 'studies'. For example, a student interested in ‘Development Studies’ should just enter ‘Development’, or a student interested in ‘Political Science’ should enter ‘Politics’ or ‘Political’. This will filter your reuslts, making it easier to find the right course.
Enter your appropriate level of study; if left blank then the results will courses for all levels.
Enter which part of the UK you wish to study in. Leaving this blank will display results from all UK universities.
The page will display your search results. Click on the red courses link to view the courses available at that university, while clicking on a specific course will navigate you to the university website displaying further information.
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