The Guardian Postgraduate Guide

The Guardian Postgraduate Guide

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Is postgraduate study right for me? Will a second degree lead to more career opportunities? Which subject should I choose? How will I afford the fees - and my rent? Are there options for more flexible study if I want to stay in work? If you're thinking of applying to do a second degree, a PGCE, a PhD or an MBA, the chances are you've already thought of at least some of these questions, but where do you find the answers? From the team behind the perennially popular - not to mention indispensable - Guardian University Guide comes The Guardian Postgraduate Guide, packed full of useful information for everyone who's considering taking that next step on the education ladder. From detailed profiles of more than 150 universities and higher education colleges and a comprehensive list of UK funding bodies to in-depth articles on studying abroad, The Guardian Postgraduate Guide has everything you need to decide on what's best for you. It also includes a special section for overseas students, covering visa applications, the cost of living and academic differences. Whether you want to apply for a course that will boost your career prospects or simply fancy doing some part-time study to reawaken those brain cells, The Guardian Postgraduate Guide will help you make the right decision.Try a comparison website a€” www.moneysupermarketcom is a good example a€” to get an idea of prices. Another budgeting tip is to think of what you eat in an average week, and then visit a major UK supermarket website, such as www. and see how much it costs. ... As a student on an MBA or similar qualification, you are likely to do some reasonably well-paid work as part of your study.

Title:The Guardian Postgraduate Guide
Author:Alice Wignall
Publisher:Guardian Books - 2012-07-31


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