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Why study a UK postgraduate degree?

You'll gain recognised and respected qualifications
It's fantastic value
Make the best use of your time
You can improve your English
You can choose to study the way that suits you
Gain the skills and qualities employers want
It's a multicultural experience
There are plenty of reasons why you should choose a postgraduate course in the UK. For a start, most master's degrees and MBAs at UK universities last one year compared to two in most other countries, including the USA and Australia. Choosing the UK means that you only have to pay tuition fees for one year and you'll be back in the workplace before you know it.
 
While you're here, you'll be immersed in English, the world's most important business language. At the same time, you'll be part of a truly international community - 29.9 per cent of postgraduate students in the UK are international and you may find as many as 50 different nationalities on a single campus. With such fantastic experience behind you, you'll be ready to hit the ground running by the time you finish your course.

You'll gain recognised and respected qualifications
Like all UK education, UK postgraduate qualifications are respected and valued all over the world. A master's degree, PhD or MBA from a UK university will give you an edge over the competition. It will prove to employers that you're capable of independent thought and self-discipline, used to conducting and analysing your own research and will let them know that you can make a real contribution to their company or organisation.

It's fantastic value
UK postgraduate study offers fantastic value for money (you can find out just how much by clicking here) alongside the sort of experience you can't put a price on: you'll learn to think for yourself and make your own decisions. You're not just paying for lectures and practicals: throughout your course you'll have access to fantastic libraries, state-of-the art laboratories, ultramodern computer facilities and extensive research resources that will blow you and your future employers away.
 
Make the best use of your time
Full-time postgraduate courses in the UK vary from one year to four years depending on the type of course you choose. Check on the course search for exact details, but the following will give you a general idea of how long each type of course will take to complete:
One year courses: Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma, Master's degrees, MBAs
Two year courses: Some master's degrees
Three to four year courses: PhDs, New Route PhDs

You can improve your English

By studying for a postgraduate qualification in the UK, you'll be able to practice your English language skills every time you buy a newspaper or meet English-speaking friends, as well as in the seminars and discussion groups that will prepare you for your future career. Many UK universities offer in-sessional language support and, if you need more help before you begin, pre-master's courses are there to bring your communication skills up to scratch.
 
You can choose to study the way that suits you
The wide range of postgraduate courses on offer gives you more flexibility than you're likely to find in another country's education system. You can start by enrolling on a postgraduate diploma course (PG Dip), then transfer to a master's degree, or start by taking an MRes - master of research - which could lead on to a PhD. It's up to you!

Gain the skills and qualities employers want
UK postgraduate qualifications let employers know at a glance that you've got the skills they're looking for, putting you on the right track for a great job and a great salary. It's estimated that female postgraduates earn as much as 34 per cent more than female colleagues who have only a first degree and male postgraduates earn as much as 20 per cent more than male first degree graduates. The latest figures available show that one year after finishing their course, less than three per cent of UK postgraduate qualifiers are unemployed.
 
It's a multicultural experience
At a UK university you'll be mixing with people from all over the world, whose different backgrounds and new perspectives will add to your experience. There are around 500,000 postgraduate students in the UK and at many universities and colleges more than 30 per cent of these are international. You'll meet students from Asia, Africa, Europe, the Americas and Australasia, and will gain an insight into their customs and culture that will shape your view of the global economy in which you'll soon be looking to make your career.

Whatever your specialisation, you'll find a postgraduate course in the UK that combines cutting-edge research opportunities with globally respected qualifications 
 
       
Where in the UK

The UK consists of 4 countries: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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