At Arden University, we’re dedicated to your readiness for the future workplace, and are committed to helping you gain the skills and qualifications you need as you progress in your professional life. Our Fast-Track Your Career promise has been developed to allow you to pursue your master’s degree with us - with no tuition fees to pay - once you have successfully completed your Arden undergraduate degree course.
How can I get my fully funded master’s degree ?
This offer is open to all Arden undergraduate students who enrolled with us from January 2016 up until 30th September 2021, whether you’re studying with us via Distance or Blended Learning in the UK, internationally, or on campus at our Berlin study centre. The only requirement is that you meet the entry standards for your chosen master’s course, and enrol within five years of completing your bachelor’s degree.
On successful completion of your bachelor’s course, you can simply apply for the Arden master’s degree of your choice and you’ll then be able to progress with your postgraduate education completely free of any additional course tuition fees.
We’ll provide you with advice and guidance about which master’s course meets your career needs and provides a meaningful pathway from undergraduate to postgraduate study. For example, if you’re currently studying a bachelor’s course in Healthcare Management, you might opt for our MSc Psychology programme, or, why not strengthen your LLB with an MBA? The options are almost endless.
*terms and conditions apply (see below)
The economic effects of COVID-19 means students are now entering a very different job market than the one they anticipated when they first started their undergraduate studies with us. Our students are having to find ways to differentiate themselves from the crowd and a master’s degree will help distinguish students and help them stand out in an increasingly competitive market. We understand this is an uncertain time, and this is our way of helping our students with their ongoing career development while supporting our vision to be a responsible educator that supports life-long learning.