An undergraduate degree is the number one requirement to begin your journey into a graduate degree program.
At times a and in some circumstances an MBA or business course is required to be eligible for admission into the graduate program depending on your area of study and relevant work experience.
Graduate degrees usually last for two years depending on the courses offered. Students are usually assigned a tutor, and then weekly lectures and seminars divided into modules.
Classifications and courses offered in Graduate Programs
- (MSc) Master of Science
- (LLM) Master of Laws
- (MPH) Master of Public Health
- (MA) Master of Arts
- (MBA) Master of Business Administration
- (MSt) Master of Studies
- (MEng) Master of Engineering
Specialized and Professional Master’s Degrees
Also, there are some specialized types of master’s degrees focusing on a specific professional area often known as tagged master’s degree programs.The reason why it’s called tagged master’s degree program is because they are focused on a certain field of study andcareer development in a particular profession.
English Language Requirements
All student applicants must show that they have the ability to speak, understand write and express themselves in English in order to benefit fully from their degree programme.
Applicants who have completed a master’s or bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in an English Speaking Country may be excluded from the English-language proficiency test or they admit into English program as conditional admission.
English-language proficiency test requirement.
- TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Score 80 or higher (600 on the paper-based test)
- IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Score 6.0 or higher