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International Incorporated Master's (IIM)

The IIM is offered over one or two terms and focuses on equipping you with the academic English language skills you need to complete your postgraduate study at the University of Bradford.

It is designed for students who do not qualify for direct entry to the masters programmes at the university, this could be because of the grades achieved in your bachelor degree; your current qualifications are not equivalent to a UK bachelor degree or because you have a different background.

After successfully completing the IIM you will continue onto you chosen postgraduate degree course at the University of Bradford.

  • One term IIM 15 months (IELTS 6.0 or equivalent)
  • Two term IIM 18 months (IELTS 5.5 or equivalent)

Subjects offered:

  1. Management, Law and Social Sciences
  2. Science, Engineering and Health

Degree courses available from this pathway

  • LLM International Commercial Law
  • LLM International Human Rights Law and Development
  • LLM International Legal Studies
  • LLM Natural Resources and Environmental Law and Policy
  • MA Advanced Practice in Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution
  • MA International Development Management
  • MA International Relations and Security Studies
  • MA Peace, Conflict and Development
  • MA Peace, Resilience and Social Justice
  • MSc Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics
  • MSc Digital and Strategic Marketing
  • MSc Economics and Finance for Development
  • MSc Finance and Investment
  • MSc Finance, Accounting and Management
  • MSc Financial Management
  • MSc Human Resource Management (CIPD)
  • MSc International Business and Management
  • MSc Logistics, Data Analytics and Supply Chain Management
  • MSc Management
  • MSc Marketing and Management
  • MSc Project Planning and Management
  • MSc Psychology
  • MSc Sustainable Development
  • MSc The Psychology of Health and Wellbeing
  • MA Filmmaking
  • MSc Advanced Biomedical Engineering
  • MSc Advanced Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
  • MSc Advanced Civil and Structural Engineering
  • MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering
  • MSc Automotive Systems Engineering
  • MSc Big Data Science and Technology
  • MSc Construction and Project Management
  • MSc Cyber Security
  • MSc Internet of Things
  • MSc Smart Grids and Energy Systems
  • Master of Public Health
  • MSc International Nursing Studies
  • MSc Leadership in Health and Social Care (International)
  • MA Archaeology and Identity
  • MRes Cancer Drug Discovery
  • MRes Cancer Pharmacology
  • MRes Chemical Biology
  • MRes Drug Toxicology and Safety Pharmacology
  • MRes Molecular and Cell Biology
  • MRes Pharmaceutical Technology
  • MSc Analytical Sciences
  • MSc Archaeological Sciences
  • MSc Bioinformatics
  • MSc Cancer Drug Discovery
  • MSc Cancer Pharmacology
  • MSc Drug Toxicology and Safety Pharmacology
  • MSc Forensic Archaeology and Crime Scene Investigation
  • MSc Human Osteology and Palaeopathology
  • MSc Landscape Archaeology and Digital Heritage
  • MSc Materials Chemistry
  • MSc Medical Bioscience
  • MSc Pharmaceutical Technology and Medicines Control
  • MSc Physiology and Molecular Biology
  • MSc Skin Science and Stem Cell Biology

Programme Structure

Through a combination of core modules and subject-specific study, you will develop the skills you need to continue to succeed in your chosen postgraduate degree course.

Core modules

These are modules designed to enhance your academic and personal development skills for postgraduate study in the UK.

Core Module

Credits

One Term

Two Term

English for Master’s Preparation 1

10

x

x

Project Management Methodologies

10

x

x

Research Methods

10

x

x

English for Master’s Preparation 2

10

 

x

Preparing for Postgraduate Study in the UK

10

 

x

Postgraduate Progression Project

20

 

x

Subject Specific Modules

Depending on your chosen pathway and the number of terms you are studying, you will study a variety of subject-specific modules designed to prepare you for your postgraduate degree course.

One Term

  1. Business and Professional English (10 credits)

Two Term
Two of (10 credits each):

  1. Advanced Mathematical and Analytical Skills
  2. Management in Context
  3. Finance, Investment and Banking
  4. Quantitative Methods
  5. Issues and Innovations
  6. Social Institutions

One Term

  1. Scientific and Technical English (10 credits)

Two Term
Two of (10 credits each):

  1. Advanced Mathematical and Analytical Skills
  2. Practical and Laboratory Skills
  3. Quantitative Methods
  4. Systems Integration
  5. Issues and Innovations
  6. Management in Context
  7. Social Institutions