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Choosing the right course

You need to choose a degree based on your personal strengths and your goals.

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The right degree will help you to develop skills for the long term.

Most importantly, the right degree will help you to develop skills for the long term, for your career and personal development. These might include, for example, problem-solving, strategic and analytical skills, thinking creatively, and assimilating new ideas.

Read expert advice on Guardian Careers about taking your career up a level and advice on choosing the right qualifications.

Can I study for an individual module/course rather than a whole degree?

You can study individual modules/courses of our degrees to aid your career or personal development. If you successfully complete the assessment, you will receive a University of London certificate.

Find an individual module or course to study.

What if there are changes to my course?

We will aim to deliver the programme as described in the prospectus, but if we need to vary the content of the programme before you register with us, we will let you know. If you then believe that the programme will no longer meet your needs, you may withdraw your application, or apply for another programme offered by us. Any application fee you have paid will be refunded, or applied to the alternative programme.