A Postgraduate Award (PGA) is made up of one 20 credit module and taken as a stand alone qualification. Once you have received the award, you can apply for a longer course within the Career Education, Information and Guidance in Higher Education suite and apply for the transfer of your credit. You are advised to discuss this with the course team. The course is delivered by the University of Warwick in collaboration with AGCAS and leads to an award by the University of Warwick.
The following Postgraduate Awards are currently available:
|Course (PGA) code||Module title|
|P-L562||Career Development Theories|
|P-L557||Challenges of Careers Work in Higher Education|
Two Annual Start Dates
There are two intakes each year at the start of April and October for this part-time course. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply three months before each intake.
There is significant support available through the course team consisting of Dr Phil McCash, Dr John Gough (both University of Warwick staff) and the AGCAS Learning Team.
These courses are designed for applicants who are working in a higher education careers environment and able to produce written work of a good standard.
Applicants must have, or be expected to achieve, an English language test certificate that meets our Band A English language requirements: IELTS 6.5 overall with no component score below 6.0 (or equivalent). Please see the following webpage to find out if you are except from this entry requirement: https://warwick.ac.uk/services/aro/sroas/admissions/pg/english
Hear from Sue Johnstone, one of our students, who explains how the course is structured and who she would recommend it to:
Starts: flexible throughout the year
Course code: P-L562/P-L557
Level: Postgraduate Award (Level 7)
Length: up to 1 year (Part-time)
Venue: conference centre/teaching rooms/distance learning (depending on Covid-19 related guidance)