As 2021 is coming to an end the time is nigh for some self-reflection. It has been a bumpy ride but now it’s time to think over your goals and make plans for the future. If you have already decided graduate school is in the cards for you, take the time to revisit some of the most important topics we have covered in our blog. Let us take you on a journey through our most loved articles in 2021.
If you have already started to look for suitable Masters studies and to think about your career aspirations in more detail, you will probably know that most Masters programmes are targeted at fresh Bachelor’s degree graduates with little to no work experience. However, depending on the field you are interested in, there will be programmes that have specific requirements or preferences when it comes to your professional experience and academic background.
The Masters degree uses many approaches to attain effective learning, but when it comes to key teaching methods, seven have become universal.
Since most Мasters courses last only one year, the academic experience can be quite intensive compared to an undergraduate degree. As a Masters student you will begin to specialise in topics that interest you, or explore a particular area of research which you may wish to undertake for further study. The more specialised nature of a Masters qualification provides students with the precise academic and theoretical framework to tackle a specific area.
You are young and want to conquer the world of business. You want to use the Master in Management (MiM) as a springboard into a business career. That sounds good, but do you know exactly what your MiM career opportunities will look like if you get the degree?
MiM talent is indeed sought for a variety of roles at different types of companies. But before we examine the possible career paths in more detail, let’s get one thing straight – the MiM is not a substitute for Master in Business Administration (MBA) – the highly reputable management degree.
Ask university graduates and most will tell you that being a Masters student was among the most stimulating and exciting times of their lives. If only they could turn back time...
There is something invigorating about studying for a Master’s degree. The process of learning new things, the constant stream of interesting people in your life, the challenging but interesting projects, and of course, the parties.
More and more universities around the world are offering online or hybrid options for Masters degree studies. They range from fully remote study to an on-campus experience in which some instruction takes place online. Students now have more choice than ever and can find a programme that fits their preferences and their life.
Whichever model you select for your studies, there are lots of ways to engage in extracurricular activities. Online or hybrid study does not mean your student life should take a back seat. After all, getting a Masters degree entails much more than learning new information in class. Here is why and how to have a full student experience online.
While researching the best universities and programmes for your Masters studies, you will also be checking the admission requirements. In some cases, only a language test will be sufficient. However, for many reputable programmes you will also need to sit an aptitude test. The choice is usually between GMAT and GRE.
But if you dive deeper, you will find out that the GRE offers a General Test and Subject Tests. When you have a choice, how do you decide which test will maximise your chances of admission?
Getting accepted on a good Masters programme is a dream come true for many, but winning a scholarship for your studies is even better. Although the possibility of securing full or partial financial aid may seem unimaginable at first, researching your options and making an effort is worth it. Here is our guidebook to preparing a winning application for the different types of Masters scholarships out there.
It is time for you to consider graduate business studies, and you may be wondering, “What is a b-school and how does it differ from a university?” B-school stands for business school, and it refers to any institution that focuses solely on the education of students in various business fields.
If you are thinking of changing your career and moving to a new field, you are not alone. Thanks to coronavirus, the world is transforming faster than ever, and you may be inspired to start something new. A Masters degree can take you there.
Changing direction with a Masters degree has its challenges, but it is not impossible. In fact, it can be a major boost to your career.
An International Masters degree does not only expand the range of your professional skills and abilities but also serves as a career launch pad when you go back to your home country.
A Masters degree is all about expanding your academic and professional horizons, and this is especially the case if you complete it in another country. The advantages of doing your degree abroad are obvious: the chance to further your language skills, experience in different working environments, and an array of friendships and contacts to take with you to your new career either in academia or the professional world.