You don’t have to go far to go further. Whether you are looking to change career, move ahead professionally, or reinforce your hands-on experience with academic theory, studying online is a flexible option that can help you get to where you want to be.
Study online while continuing to work and graduate from a Russell Group university with the same degree certificate you could earn by studying full-time on campus.
“The online Project Management masters degree was absolutely the best thing I did to improve my career”.
MSc in Project Management.
“The degree has benefited my career. It allowed me to get a much better, more interesting and more diverse job than I had before”.
MSc in Operations and Supply Chain Management.
“I decided to get a degree that would help me to have a competitive edge and acquire skills that were needed on the job”.
MSc in Management.
As an online student with the University of Liverpool, you can continue to work while you study. You’ll log in to a collaborative online classroom to participate in group discussions almost daily, at times that suit your schedule. There are no exams – you will be assessed on your written assignments and on your participation in online discussions. You’ll learn from the experiences of your international classmates as much as from your reading and your instructors. And because you can combine study with work, you have the opportunity to apply new concepts in your job as you learn them.
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As a UK national or resident, one of several funding options may be available to you to help you meet the cost of your studies. For example, you could be eligible for a postgraduate loan through Student Finance England of up to £10,000. For more information, fill in the form on this page to initiate a conversation with one of our knowledgeable Enrolment Advisors.
All online Management degree programmes including the online MBA and online Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) are covered by the Management School’s AACSB Accreditation, achieved by only 5% of business schools worldwide.*
In addition, specific programmes are accredited by professional bodies.**
The University has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
The University of Liverpool prides itself in the quality of its research output, and strives to integrate research in its teaching – on campus and online. Students are required to read and evaluate peer-reviewed research, and are encouraged to develop an inquiring mindset. In masters dissertations, consultancy projects and doctoral theses, students have the freedom to conduct their own original research under the guidance of a dissertation advisor.
The University of Liverpool’s vast online library is one of the resources that you will be able to use as an online student. Successful graduates often comment on how much the library helped them with their research. “The library, all of the capabilities and all the resources that you have at your fingertips through the University – I want to maintain access to that and put it to good use through continuing my research around cross cultural leadership,” said online MBA graduate Jim Wagstaff, now studying online with the University for a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA).
* According to the AACSB, 755 business schools have earned AACSB accreditation (source: www.aacsb.edu) out of an estimated 16,484 business schools worldwide (source: AACSB Business School Data Guide 2015)
** Many countries have their own accrediting bodies, and degree recognition differs from country to country. If you reside outside of the United Kingdom, please review your country of residence’s requirements to confirm recognition of your programme. The University of Liverpool Online Programmes does not offer programmes that lead to professional licensure. Career options may require additional experience, training or other factors beyond the successful completion of a University of Liverpool online degree programme.