Part-Time Study

At GCU London, we believe that university is for everyone but that for many of us, full-time study just isn't a practical option.

That's why we offer flexible, part-time study programmes with a wide range of funding options to help you achieve in your chosen area.

Part-time students at GCU London benefit from all the great facilities, support and opportunities that the university has to offer, but can fit their studies around other commitments.

Our Part-time courses are 2 years long, although there is a possibility of expanding the degree to 3 years. You will typically attend university campus for two days a week, with the modules chosen for your course split between your years of studying. The modules open to you will depend on the course you have chosen.

Our part-time courses are designed to be flexible so our programme leaders will often contact you to work on how to structure your course so that you get the maximum benefit from your studies.

Please note that we only accept applications from International students who are currently in the UK on a Tier 2 VISA and are sponsored by either your employer or on a dependent visa. As per UKVI requirements, we are not able to sponsor students on a TIER 4 visa for part-time courses.

  • Fashion Business Creation

    • 2019/20
    • 2020/21
    • MSc
    Award:
    • MSc
    Start dates:
    • Sep 2019
    • Jan 2020
    • Sep 2020
    • Jan 2021
    Subjects:
    • Management
    • Fashion, Luxury and Marketing
    Choose to progress to a career as brand owner or marketing or brand strategist. Take existing skills in business strategy and brand management and apply them to the fashion industry
  • Fashion and Lifestyle Marketing

    • 2019/20
    • 2020/21
    • MSc
    Award:
    • MSc
    Start dates:
    • Sep 2019
    • Jan 2020
    • Sep 2020
    • Jan 2021
    Subject:
    • Fashion, Luxury and Marketing
    Take existing skills in creativity and innovation and apply them to the changing fashion industry and integration of fashion and lifestyle. Progress to senior roles within the global fashion industry.
  • Fire Risk Engineering

    • 2020/21
    • 2019/20
    • BEng (Hons)

    Accredited by:

    • MIFireE
    • EC
    Award:
    • BEng (Hons)
    Start dates:
    • Sep 2020
    • Sep 2019
    Subjects:
    • Engineering
    • Construction, Building, Surveying and Real Estate
    Accreditations:
    • MIFireE
    • EC
    If you enjoy planning and being resourceful, you can become a fire engineer. Study in London and develop fire safety design, fire assessment, regulations and technology skills at degree level.
  • Award:
    • MBA
    Start dates:
    • Sep 2019
    • Jan 2020
    • Sep 2020
    • Jan 2021
    Apply existing skills in innovation and creative thinking to this unique international management qualification which can be tailored to you. Choose to progress as a professional manager in roles across all sectors.
  • Global Marketing

    • 2019/20
    • 2020/21
    • MSc
    Award:
    • MSc
    Start dates:
    • Sep 2019
    • Jan 2020
    • Sep 2020
    • Jan 2021
    Subject:
    • Fashion, Luxury and Marketing
    Progress to a successful marketing career in international business across the globe. Take existing skills in creativity and apply them to postgraduate level study in sustainable marketing practices, branding and communication strategies.
  • Award:
    • MSc
    Start dates:
    • Jan 2020
    • Sep 2019
    • Sep 2020
    • Jan 2021
    Subject:
    • Management
    Take existing skills in business disciplines and apply them to insurance management, risk management, risk modelling and insurance underwriting. Progress your career as an underwriter, risk analyst, claims manager, insurance manager or risk modeller.
  • International Banking, Finance and Risk Management

    • 2019/20
    • 2020/21
    • MSc

    Accredited by:

    • CII
    • CISI
    Award:
    • MSc
    Start dates:
    • Jan 2020
    • Sep 2019
    • Sep 2020
    • Jan 2021
    Subjects:
    • Banking, Finance and Risk
    • Accountancy, Finance and Economics
    Accreditations:
    • CII
    • CISI
    Move to a career in financial services, investment banking, financial consulting and global operations. Apply existing skills in mathematics, accounting and business management.
  • Award:
    • MSc
    Start dates:
    • Jan 2020
    • May 2020
    • Sep 2020
    • Jan 2021
    • May 2021
    Become a leader in international diplomacy with an understanding of how governments and the business community can work together to promote business, trade and attract foreign direct investment in a globally responsible manner.
  • Award:
    • MSc
    Start dates:
    • Jan 2020
    • May 2020
    • Sep 2020
    • Jan 2021
    • May 2021
    Addressing the growing global needs in the areas of diplomacy, international business, international security and international communication. Learn skills essential for effective management of international interaction at public and private levels.
  • International Management and Business Development

    • 2019/20
    • 2020/21
    • MSc

    Accredited by:

    • CMI
    Award:
    • MSc
    Start dates:
    • Sep 2019
    • Jan 2020
    • Sep 2020
    • Jan 2021
    Subject:
    • Management
    Accreditation:
    • CMI
    Take your existing skills in leadership and innovative thinking and apply them to the study of responsible business development. Progress to a career in process management, people management or business development.
  • Award:
    • MSc
    Start dates:
    • Sep 2019
    • Jan 2020
    • Sep 2020
    • Jan 2021
    Subject:
    • Construction, Building, Surveying and Real Estate
    Use existing skills in construction, surveying or engineering and apply them to postgraduate study in project management and international project finance. Progress to a career as an international project manager in the region of your choice.
  • Award:
    • MSc
    Start dates:
    • Jan 2020
    • May 2020
    • Sep 2020
    • Jan 2021
    • May 2021
    • Jan 2021
    To manage todays complex global situations, equip yourself with the skills to seek to resolve conflict through discussion, negotiation and partnership and promote a non-violent approach to international relations and global issues.