Nottingham Postgraduate College is planning to offer postgraduate classes at a cost of £12,000 per year.
The courses will be taught by Nottinghamshire University.
The announcement came after a series of high profile events including the announcement that postgraduate degree students from the university will have access to the city’s theatre, cinema and leisure market for up to 12 months.
“We want to provide postgraduate opportunities in Nottingham to students from a wide range of backgrounds, backgrounds that might not otherwise be represented here at Nottingham University,” said University of Nottingham graduate professor of psychology and lecturer in the School of Psychology, Dr David Williams.
“It is a great opportunity to connect with colleagues, students and fellow postgraduates in Nottingham.”
Nottingham has been described as the birthplace of postgraduate studies, with an increasing number of students going on to become teachers, academics and business leaders.
But the postgraduate programme is only available at Nottingham’s university, and only for a limited number of people.
Professor Williams said he hoped to expand the program in the future, and hoped to have the postgrad programme available at the University of Nottingham in 2020.
He added that the programme was currently being piloted at University College Nottingham.
Nottingville Postgraduate School for Postgraduate Students Notingville Postgrad has been running a postgraduate programmes for students since 2005.
The university is the only university in the UK to offer the postgraduate degree program at the undergraduate level.
In 2016, the University said it would be expanding its postgraduate program to include the new postgrad programme, which will be offered at Nottingham City University.