Postgraduate study can offer you a route into a new career with a conversion course, speed up your progress in your current job with professional qualifications – or be an essential component in qualifying to practise. Whether you’re interested in increasing your earning potential, or working in a sector where postgraduate study is part of training, such as medicine, teaching or law, read on to find out more about where postgrad study can take you.
If you are applying for a job that requires a postgraduate qualification then other applicants will have one, too. So how do you make sure an employer selects your application and wants to meet you in person?
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Selecting the right referees for your postgraduate application form is essential to being successful.
RICS accredits over 500 undergraduate and postgraduate courses worldwide.
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A good postgraduate application will show evidence of research into both the course and the institution providing it - how to make the most of your course application.
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Postgraduate study gives you the opportunity to study your chosen subject in more depth and enhance your career prospects.
Not only does your masters demonstrate commitment and the capability to complete an intensive and demanding qualification; it can also open doors for you...
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