New online programmes launched

The University of Liverpool is launching nine new online programmes, ranging from Public Health to Cyber Security, through its partnership with Kaplan Open Learning (KOL).

All of the University’s online programmes are delivered on a part-time, flexible basis and allow students to study 24/7 from anywhere in the world. Teaching is delivered using state-of-the-art technology and sector-leading pedagogy, in online classrooms that transcend national boundaries and include students from across the globe, enriching learning and providing a unique student experience.

The new online programmes, which launch today, are:

• MSc Computer Science

• MSc Cyber Security

• MSc Psychology

• Master of Public Health

• MSc International Management

• MBA Master of Business Administration

• MSc International HRM

• MSc Digital Marketing

• MSc Data Science and AI

The nine new programmes mark a major expansion of the offering to postgraduate students, through the partnership between the University of Liverpool and KOL.

Prospective students can already take advantage of five established, career-focused programmes with international relevance:

• MSc Artificial Intelligence

• MSc Health Psychology

• MSc Healthcare Leadership

• MSc Sports Business and Management

• Postgraduate Certificate Academic Practice (PGCAP)

University of Liverpool Vice-Chancellor, Dame Professor Janet Beer, said: “The University has a long and distinguished tradition of providing a first-class education at home, overseas and online.

“As part of our global vision we are committed to making our programmes accessible to students wherever they may be based – particularly those who may not otherwise be able to study at University.”

Managing Director of KOL, Nicola Pittman, said: “We are excited to be introducing these new international-focused and career-driven online programmes to our portfolio.

“We look forward to welcoming students onto these courses during 2021, and continuing to develop our partnership with the University of Liverpool.”

The University of Liverpool is recognised as a pioneer in online education and a European leader in 100% online postgraduate programmes.

The University was one of the first UK higher education institutions to offer degrees online, more than 20 years ago, and now has over 15,000 online graduates in 171 countries worldwide.

To find out more, please visit: https://online.liverpool.ac.uk/

To find out more about KOL, please visit: https://www.kaplanpathways.com/about/our-mission/kaplan-open-learning/

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