|bachelor of science (bs / bsc)||£18,036 - £44,385|
|bachelor of arts (BA)||£15,574 - £46,369|
|Master of science (ms)||£24,490 - £54,125|
|bachelor of engineering (beng / be)||£19,800 - £46,859|
|Master of Engineering (MEng / ME)||£33,693|
|Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)||£36,000|
|Master of Arts (MA)||£24,000|
|Certificate (Cert), Marketing||£19,500|
|Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering (BSME)||£39,500|
|Bachelor of Technology (BT / BTech)||£43,200|
|Master of Management (MMgt / MM)||£48,250|
Country: United Kingdom | Currency: GBP | Updated: 19 Aug 2017 | Individuals Reporting: 157
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