Master’s degrees in the UK
The education system in the UK has been developing and progressing for many centuries, and currently higher education institutions in Britain are very well equipped, have experienced and highly qualified staff, and provide training using latest methods. The whole education process is strictly standardised which translates into a world-class quality of training. These are just some of the reasons why students from all over the world choose to get a master’s degree in the UK.
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What you need to know about master’s degrees in the UK
Master’s degree courses are part of postgraduate studies in the system of higher education in Britain and give you an opportunity to deepen and enhance your knowledge and skills obtained during undergraduate studies. However, if you receive a bachelor’s degree and decide to stop there, it’s entirely your choice, it will not make you less attractive to employers that don’t need researchers.
The minimum duration of a full-time course is 1 year and maximum 3 years.
Depending on the course, the emphasis will be either on research or learning by teaching. The former requires carrying out a substantial research project, and the latter – classes, lectures, essays and dissertations.
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