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Masters courses

Choosing to study your Masters at Leeds means being taught by experts who share your passion for the subject. You'll enjoy a truly international atmosphere and leave with excellent graduate employment prospects, particularly with our strong industry links. You’ll develop specialist knowledge which will set you apart from the rest of your peers and help you on your career path.

We also contribute to a Sustainable Cities MSc, which is taught in partnership with the School of Earth and Environment and the Institute for Transport Studies, a Consumer Analytics Marketing Strategy MSc, which is led by the Business School and a Data Science and Analytics MSc, which is led by the School of Mathematics.

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Every year more than 6,000 international students choose to study at Leeds

Robert Collins
Student | MSc River Basin Dynamics and Management with GIS
There has been a wide variety of projects during my masters. I developed a tool that can be used to model flood flows across a landscape automatically. This tool would be useful in the real world assisting in NGO preparation for flood events.