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distance learning PG Dip/MA/MSc in Information and Library Management

The distance learning PG Dip/MA/MSc in Information and Library Management has been running successfully at Northumbria University for many years now – and they have many past post-graduates successfully working in a variety of library and information posts throughout the world.  The course is a 2 full year linked award studied entirely at a distance (with 2 optional study days – one per year) – the PG Dip actually takes 16 months to complete, and as their award is linked – students can return to complete the masters part of this qualification within 5 years, or some choose just to take the PG Dip.

The PG Dip and MA/MSCs are CILIP accredited – and there is a small and friendly department who will teach you at a distance.

There are still places available for this year’s study starting in September 2015 – so if you are interested please look at the website for further details

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