The postgraduate application is made directly to the University/Institution/College.
ADMISSION TIMES provides the student with details of each university/
college and help to match the student qualifications with the right course and the right university.For postgraduate courses the requirement is equivalent to a British first Degree in the relevant subject , although it varies from course and university respectively . Depending upon the course some universities requires the student to have one to three years of work experience .
To get admission into top universities and colleges , a student generally needs to have an upper second class honours in their undergraduate degree. Although this is not the only one factor that plays in order to get admission into the university.
Several other factors also play a vital role in the admission procedure.
ADMISSION TIMES expert counselors assist you in each of the process/factors detailed below for a successful university postgraduate application
- Type of Course
- Major Options
- Cost of Study
- Entrance Requirements
- Work Experience/ CV
- Letter of Recommendation
- Personal Statement
- Application Forms
- Admission Test
- Grading System
- Personality Consideration
- Admission Offer
Classifications of merit for degree are:
- First class honours
- Upper second class honours (a 2:1)
- Lower second class honours (a 2:2)
- Third class honours (a third)
- Pass (a degree awarded without honours)
A Maters degree in UK is mainly for one year and course structure varies from one university to the next.
Taught Masters courses consist of lectures, case studies, seminars , group projects , and a submission of dissertation at the end of course. Taught course can be of following type as mentioned below: