Applying for postgraduate courses. Reviews
Description:Looking for advice for postgraduate applications.
Newest Review: ... lasting a year with a degree of flexibility (i.e. a couple of months either side of the year to accommodate the greater variation in research than taught courses), an MPhil lasting about 18 months (again with a couple of months either side), and a doctorate being three to four years. Most colleges and universities will want a minimum of an upper second class bachelor's degree (or ... more
Customer Applying for postgraduate courses. Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/04/08 (Very useful, 173 readings)
If you are thinking of applying for postgraduate study, then you are not alone - each year, thousands of people apply to the 12,000+ postgraduate courses that are available in the UK. With the number of graduate jobs apparently dwindling over recent years (26% of employers reported a decrease in the number of graduate vacancies in 2003 alone, according to the Association of Graduate Recruiters), then the number of people wanting postgraduate study in the future is likely to only increase. As the scramble for graduate positions intensifies, more people are considering postgraduate study as a means of making themselves more marketable to employers, such as by learning ... Read the complete review