Are you considering a Masters course when you finish your undergraduate education? Are you in employment but looking for an opportunity to enhance your skills, knowledge and career progression? Nottingham Business School, part of Nottingham Trent University, offers a range of full time Masters courses. Many of our courses start in January each year, which...
Multiple factors drive Asian students to pursue postgraduate credentials at Western universities, not least the substantial pay raise. Statistics vary from one nation and field to the next, but studies consistently show that graduates who hold a master’s degree earn substantially more than their undergraduate counterparts. But there are other variables at play as well....
A mere few decades ago, holding a bachelor’s degree was a rarity, a distinction enjoyed by only the wealthiest, brightest, or most fortunate in a society. Now, however, in many countries — and particularly major cities and financial centers — a bachelor’s degree is the absolute minimum one must hold in order to secure employment...
The University of Houston Law Center is a tier one law school, meaning it is one of the top in the United States. There are a number of renowned specialty LL.M. programs here, with two (Health Law and Intellectual Property & Information Law) ranked in the Top Ten according to U.S. News & World Report....
The Flinders University School of International Studies offers exciting opportunities to its students and is at the cutting edge of international affairs studies in Australia. The School of International Studies is committed to the Flinders reputation for excellence in teaching and student-focused learning. All degree candidates have ready access to academic staff and to the range...
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