Bishop Hall Lane
Chelmsford, England CM1 1SQ
Student Affairs in Higher Education
We’ve designed our unique Masters course with you in mind. If you're already working in student-facing services, in the UK or overseas, it will expand your professional skills. If you're a graduate it will equip you with the knowledge and insight you need to start a career in this field. You can choose to study with us full-time, or part-time while you continue to work.
This course gives you an exciting opportunity to participate in the emerging field of student affairs. You’ll make an important contribution to the development of literature and research relating to student affairs in the UK. Whether you work in student services, libraries, residence services, student unions or sport centres, you’ll be able to tailor your research project to your own area of interest.
Alongside improving your understanding of key issues in higher education student affairs, you’ll have the chance to gain first-hand experience of student affairs in the USA through an optional internship with a US university. Here you'll undertake a project under supervision and present your findings to colleagues in the USA. This opportunity is subject to an application process and includes some, but not all, costs. There will also be opportunities for placements here at Anglia Ruskin University.
Our MA will not only increase your career opportunities, but let you transform the way you, your colleagues and your institution provide student-facing services.
You will find a description of each module in the below module section but you may also want to download our full-time course module structure or part-time course module structure to find out more.
# of Credits Required: 180
In State Tuition (per year): 11,200 GBP
Out State Tuition (per year): 11,200 GBP