Graduate Programme and Course Information

We offer several types of programmes at Warnborough College.

  1. Degrees by Research – a substantive, research-led piece of work
  2. Degrees by Projects – discrete projects offering a more practical approach
  3. Degrees by Instruction – module-led programme providing more structure
  4. Degrees by Publication – takes into account previously published work

Click on each one to read more.

Master of Arts
Master of Fine Arts
Master of Philosophy
Master of Science
Executive Master of Business Administration
Master of Education
Master of Theology
Master of Humanities
Master of Journalism or Jurisprudence
Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Education
Doctor of Business Administration
Doctor of Public Administration
Doctor of Art or Administration
Doctor of Psychology
Doctor of Science
Doctor of Humanities
Doctor of Divinity
Warnborough College will allocate the most suitable mentor for your research. Mentors are drawn from leading universities in the the United Kingdom and around the world. They are highly qualified, well-respected and experienced experts in their chosen fields who enjoy working with fellow researchers. The mentor and the student will decide how they will communicate: on-line, by mail, fax or telephone or meeting face-to-face. Students may request a specific mentor for their research. Click here to see a selection of mentors.
Each new student will be allocated a peer buddy. A peer buddy is a current or past Warnborough student who can provide peer support to the new student. Peer buddies know what it is like to persevere on a distance learning programme, and how to overcome any pitfalls. Keeping motivation high on distance learning can be a difficult and lonely process. The buddy system hopes to alleviate some of this frustration so that new students have someone to turn to.
Students may utilise their own local learning resources such as university library facilities, public libraries, museums, art galleries and special collections for research purposes. The Internet increasingly offers a wealth of reliable and current information which can be exploited for the purposes of research. Online forums, chat-rooms and audio/video conferencing can now facilitate global research discussions cheaply, quickly and effectively. Students have access to an online library of thousands of journals and magazines, plus course materials through the Warnborough Learning Management System (LMS) and other services such as course notes, assignments and forums for students.
Assessment and/or examination is built into all programmes, from Bachelor up to Doctoral levels. All thesis and dissertation submissions are examined by a panel of reviewers with at least one independent examiner. The panel recommends a decision on the awarding of the appropriate degree. A thesis or dissertation submission can be passed, or failed. In some cases a re-submission may be required, a lesser degree awarded or an oral examination. The College has a policy on intellectual property rights, and encourages successful students to disseminate and publish the outcomes of their research. See more on our Academic Policies and Methodologies here.
Your involvement with Warnborough shouldn’t end upon the award of your qualification. Many of our graduates continue their association with us by helping us develop policy, create programs, and teach for us. The Warnborough Worldwide Alumni Association (WWAA) is very active in fostering a range of programs for all alumni. We have various ways of keeping in touch with our alumni including publications such as our official gazette Pioneer, the e-zine, and our presence on social networking sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, and Youtube.