Projects on the CUC Research Programme were based around themes central to Cornwall.
Students developed their skills on the programme.
Collaborative projects were an important aspect of the programme.
The Combined Universities in Cornwall (CUC) Research Programme supported the training of 780 masters students. These were funded by the European Social Fund (ESF), under its Convergence funding for Cornwall.
Support was aimed at newly established masters courses and those courses within the CUC partnership which promoted interaction with businesses; for example where students undertook collaborative masters research in conjunction with a business partner.
A number of ESF scholarships weare available to support EU/UK postgraduate students who wished to undertake their masters studies in Cornwall on selected courses:-
Duchy College (Cornwall College)
European Centre for Environment and Human Health
- MA Multimedia Broadcast Journalism
- MA International Journalism
- MA Creative Advertising
- MA Professional Writing
- MFA (Master of Fine Arts)
- MBA (Master in Business Administration)
- MRes Marine Renewable Energy
- MRes Applied Marine Science
- MRes Applied Environmental Management
- MRes Marine Biology
- MSc Sustainable Construction