Professor Leigh Sparks, the Head of the University's Graduate School, said: “This could suit a new graduate, wanting to increase their skills, or perhaps someone returning to the world of work, wishing to expand on their original degree.
“The fully-funded places have been supported by the Scottish Funding Council in a bid to increase the supply of graduates to help develop Scotland’s key economic sectors.
“We’re delighted that the programmes involved all collaborate with industry and third sector partners, in terms of course design, teaching and/or placement opportunities.
“If you are interested, please visit our website for full details.”
Please note that the funding only covers the tuition fees and is limited to 42 places. Students would have to pay any other costs associated with their course.