Frequently Asked Questions
Here's some of our frequently asked questions regarding our masters courses
We’ve put together a handy FAQ list to help answer any questions that you may have about studying for a masters course at Aston University. Here are our most commonly asked questions. If your question isn't on here and you can't find the answer on this page then please contact us.
Yes, we offer various scholarships. Find out more about Aston's scholarships.
Find out how to apply and join one of Aston's Pre sessional English programmes.
We typically review applications within 24 to 48 hours.
To help us make these changes you will need to contact us and include your student number and confirm that you wish to defer your application to the following year. We will then make the necessary changes. Please be aware entry requirements and tuition fees may change for the next academic year.
Yes, masters students can live in the University's halls. Find out more about our accommodation.
There is no specific word count for your personal statement, but between 250 and 500 words would be sufficient.
Overall, you will be required to attend 4 days per week throughout the academic year. In addition, to lecturers and workshops, our masters courses also require a significant amount of self-study, which is common for masters study.
A full list of jobs available to students are published on our Job Shop web pages.
All of your essential module information will be included in your offer email. The assessments are a combination of course work, class tests and exams. You will also need to complete a dissertation/business project at the end of your course.
The average cost of living for an international student would be £9,135.
Scholarships awarded by Aston are discounted from your tuition fees.
Yes, as an Aston graduate (including exchange students) you will automatically be awarded a 20% loyalty scholarship which will be deducted from your course fees.
For more information about the city of Birmingham visit our website. You can also chat to our students.
We are working through the applicants, and we hope to have results out shortly. Thanks for applying, we were overwhelmed with the response to this scholarship.