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Do you want to study an undergraduate or postgraduate course, or even an online course? This is how to figure it out.
If you have completed your A-levels or equivalent further education, the common next step in education is to study for your first degree. These courses are usually known as Bachelors degrees in Arts (BA) or Science (BSc). Undergraduate degree courses typically take three years to complete and may involved a sandwich year in industry.
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Upon completion of an undergraduate degree course, you may wish to continue your study with a postgraduate course. Commonly this will be Masters degree which can be completed in one year of full-time study, though other types of postgraduate courses exist such as postgraduate certificates (PG Cert) and diplomas (PG Dip), and research doctorates (PhD).
To start searching for your Masters level course, visit our Masters section.
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Online study allows you to study courses at any study level without having to physically attend campus, making it the ideal way to study if you want to mix study with work or can't relocate for your studies.
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Read a masters student discuss a week in the life studying MSc Forensic Science student at the University of Strathclyde
The University of Sheffield are offering 100+ scholarships worth £10,000 each for home students starting a taught postgraduate course in 2019.
The UCAS tariff point system giving students a little more flexibility when working towards a university application.
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