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1. Make a change

Study a new subject in order to pursue a different career. A previous degree in that area is not necessarily needed as other criteria including transferable skills and practical experience will be considered.

2. Money made simple

The introduction of government-backed student loans of up to up to £10,280 for Masters degrees makes funding your studies much easier.

3. Increased earning potential

Those leaving university with a postgraduate qualification on average earn £6,000 a year more than those without.

4. Our network is your network

We work closely with businesses and organisations to shape the content of our courses and we offer guest lectures and networking opportunities to ensure you are learning from the experts.

5. Re-engage your brain

As well as the practical benefits of enhancing your employability by broadening your skills, a return to learning is a chance to embrace a new challenge and enjoy getting your lobes around a new subject.

6. Be resourceful

You’ll never have this many free resources and access to like-minded collaborators at your disposal again. Make the most of them.

7. Get connected

On your course you’ll get to meet people who are working in the same or similar industries creating a whole new network for your changing career.

8. In your own time

Our libraries are open 24/7 to fit around you. You can also search our extensive online resources, wherever you are, to really get inside your chosen subject.

9. Grow with us

We’ll be investing £200 million in our teaching estate over the next seven years, to ensure we offer you the best possible learning environment.

10. Be a part of it

If you are looking for a new career venture Leeds is the one of the fastest growing business centres outside London and over the next 10 years there are big investment plans afoot including HS2.

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