To start a postgraduate degree, an undergrad capability is typically required. In uncommon circumstances where this is not the situation, similar to a MBA or business course, a lot of work experience significant to the project is required as an option.
Postgraduate degrees in the UK last only one year contrasted with two-year courses offered in different nations. You can in this way spare cash and time, coming back to work inside one year.
A study by the Higher Education Statistics Agency did in 2013 demonstrated that 85 for each penny of the individuals who finished postgraduate degrees were in all day occupation taking after graduation, contrasted with 73 for every penny of first degree graduates.
Types of Postgraduate degree
Taught courses by and large keep going for only one year. Understudies will be doled out a coach, and after that week by week workshops and addresses will happen, partitioned into modules. Appraisal will be by means of exam and/or paper.
Research degrees are totally diverse to taught degrees in that understudies will assume significantly more liability for their work and timetable. The study is based around a considerable exploration venture – frequently coming to up to 80,000 words – composed as a theory which then should be shielded in an oral examination. A PhD is the most understood Research Degree.
Specialised and Professional Master’s Degrees
There are additionally more particular sorts of graduate degrees, frequently concentrating on a particular expert range. These are now and then known as “labeled graduate degrees”, since they are “labeled” to a specific field, or expert graduate degrees, since they concentrate on vocation improvement in a specific calling. Some expert graduate degrees begin with the word Professional in the title, for example, the Professional Science Master’s Degree (PSM), a hands-on degree with a substantial pragmatic part giving understudies the abilities and learning expected to work professionally in their picked field.
Postgraduate Courses with Work Placements
The business position is embraced between the taught part of the course and the individual task. Its point is to permit understudies to obtain mechanical experience and, particularly, build up an energy about how the aptitudes gained in the taught part identify with issues in industry. In the event that for reasons unknown understudies can’t or choose not to go on a situation, they return to the typical variation of the course and continue quickly to the individual venture.
Typically work positions are offered for a time of 6 months to a most extreme of 10 months relying upon the course structure.
Why study a Postgraduate degree?
- Ability to build a strong network of contacts
- Internationally recognised qualifications of the highest standard
- The majority of postgraduates earn more over the course of their career
- Improve your career prospects – certain careers require a postgraduate qualification
- Studying in the UK will improve your English, the most important language in international business
- Strong vocational foundation and good links with businesses/professional organisations
- A part-time postgraduate course means study can be shaped around your calendar
How much does a Postgraduate Degree Cost?
- Business & Management course: £7,000 – £11,000
- Accounting & Finance: £7,000 – £12,500
- Arts & Humanities courses: £9,000 – £13,000 per year
- Science courses: £9,500 – £15,000 per year
- Clinical courses: £20,000 – £24,000 per year
- MBA: £6,000 – £60,000 per year
English Language Requirements
All candidates are required to exhibit that they have adequate capacity to comprehend and communicate in both talked and composed English so as to advantage completely from their degree program. Your picked system will determine one of six dialect ‘profiles’. You may give confirmation of your capacity to meet the dialect necessity through a Secure English Language Test (SELT, for example, IELTS, or you may hold different capabilities in English which additionally meet our prerequisites.
|International English Language Testing Service (IELTS)||Overall score of 6.0 or above, with at least 5.5 in each|
|Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)||Score of 90 or higher on the TOEFL iBT or 577 or higher on the paper-based exam|