More about Masters
A Masters degree is further study in a specific subject, usually after completion of an undergraduate degree.
Why choose a Masters with RDI?
Obtaining a distance learning Masters degree can be beneficial for all students who want to gain more knowledge in the sector they already work in, and potentially help them to secure more senior roles within their organisation.
Depending on the route of your study, an online Master’s degree can take a minimum of around one and a half years to study.
We offer a range of MSc, MBA and MA Masters in the following core subjects:
- Information System/ (Mobile Systems)/ (Systems Security)
- Strategic Project Management
- Strategic Human Resource
- Strategic Marketing
- Strategic Engineering Management
We offer these courses in partnership with a number of universities:
- University of Sunderland
- Anglia Ruskin University
- Arden University
- And Bradford University School of Management
Please note: Postgraduate funding is now available for UK residents, click here for more information.
How Long Does an Online Masters Degree Take?
Studying online means you can take your management diploma at your own pace. Depending on the route of your study, an online Masters degree can take a minimum of around 18 months to study.
Where Can I Study?
The benefit of studying your Masters online is that you can fit your studies in around existing work commitments.
With RDI you have access to an extensive support network to ensure that you get the best possible result from your studies, without being tied to a specific timetable of classes. During the first year of your Masters we provide you with extra and targeted support in order to help you get to grips with the discipline of distance learning for your management diploma.
Which Universities Offer Online Masters Degrees?
We offer these courses in partnership with a number of universities, depending on the course chosen: University of Sunderland, Anglia Ruskin University and Bradford University School of Management.
Who Are The Courses Recognised By?
Distance learning Masters Degrees offered by RDI are equivalent to those studied at university and will therefore be recognised by employers internationally.
What are my Career Opportunities with a Masters Degree?
We offer a range of MSc, MBA and MA programmes in Business, Information Systems, Telecommunications, Project Management, Human Resources, Marketing and Engineering Management.
Obtaining a distance learning Masters Degree can be beneficial for all students who want to gain more knowledge in the sector they already work in, and potentially help them to secure more senior roles within their organisation.
Am I Eligible?
The entry requirements for a Masters degree are typically an undergraduate honours degree at a minimum of 2:2, plus at least two years professional full-time work experience. Some of the more technical programmes, such as Information Systems and Telecommunications, require this degree to be in a relevant subject.
How Much Does an Online Masters Degree Cost?
The cost of your online Masters degree will depend on factors such as your location, whether you choose to pay in full or opt for flexible modular payments. Click here to view all the fee options.
One of the many benefits of online learning is that you can study at your own pace, so we offer instalment plans. With Pay as You Go, you have the luxury of being able to pause your payments if you take a break in your studies to make the cost of getting your diploma easier to manage.
I work full-time for a Mobile Phone Company (MTN Swaziland) as a Senior Manager Network Operations. I have an Engineering degree and I pursued the MSc Telecommunications through RDI to improve my technical skills. I chose distance education since it allowed me to study while employed. I am also married...
Winile Thembie Mkhonto
MSc - Swaziland
studying Higher Education in the UK.
students studying UK higher education by distance learning