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Australia Aims to Attract More Indigenous Students and Faculty

March 21, 2017

Learn about Universities Australia’s ambitious plans to attract at least 50 percent more indigenous students by 2020.  The plan focuses on higher retention and success rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.  Let’s take a closer look.


Can You Guess Which Country Just Beat the UK as Best European Study Destination?

March 17, 2017

The UK has long reigned supreme as Europe’s international study destination of choice. But a just-released study from Study.EU finds another country atop the list. Here’s a closer look at the findings.


Opportunities Abound in Canada for French Immersion Teachers

March 14, 2017

More Canadian families are showing interest in French immersion programs, leading to a new challenge for the country’s schools: a shortage of teachers in this field. The Globe and Mail recently reported on the phenomenon; here’s a closer look.

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EPITA Graduate School of Computer Science

Master of Computer Engineering (ME)

March 22, 2017
This is the first engineering program that is taught totally in English where the students have the chance to obtain a“Diplome Ingenieur”. The ME is accredited by the CTI with a French language exit level equivalent to B2. Designed for international students who have a 4 year-bachelor degree in engineering, this master will be a 24 month training wit… [+]h a choice of 3 specializations: Systems, networks and Security Multimedia and software development Global IT management The program has the following structure: Harmonization semester: It aims at providing students with a solid technical background that acts as a common basis for the international students coming from different educational systems. This semester is common to all three areas of specialization. 2 Specialization semesters: The central purpose of the specialization semesters of the Master’s Program is to enable our students to enter the job market at the end of their studies at an executive level. At this time, each student chooses a specialization, according to a chosen career path in order to graduate with a background that is perfectly adapted to the skill-sets sought after by companies. Internship semester: The internship allows students to discover the latest technologies while gaining valuable experience. Feedback from the internship host companies has been overwhelmingly supportive of our programs. This last educational period is organized around a 6-month company internship, culminating in a Master’s thesis presented on-campus in front of the Graduate Committee. During the internship semester, (fourth semester), the student will earn a salary of €7,800 on average. The fees are as follows: International pack: €500 Registration fees: €990 per year Tuition fees: €8,690 per year This sums up to €19,860 that can be paid like this: First semester: €6,000 Second semester: €4,180 Third semester: €2,680 Fourth semester: €7,000 [-]

Trinity College Dublin

M.Phil. in Christian Theology

March 22, 2017
This M.Phil in Christian Theology will enable participants to gain an in-depth knowledge of core issues in contemporary Christian theology — issues such as Church and Ministry, Theology of the Bible, Rights and Responsibilities.

University of Paris-Saclay

Master in Finance specialized in Risk and Asset Management

March 22, 2017
The graduates from this M2 program have a double expertise in risk management and asset management, skills they can apply in banking, insurance and asset management. They master the basic concepts related to the measurement and management of risks, on the one hand, and asset management, on the other.



Why You Should Study Design in Madrid

March 22, 2017

You should do a lot of things in life - if traveling the world and studying design are on your list, study in Madrid.  Rich in architecture, art, history, music, culture, and food, Madrid is an i...


Why Working in Sustainable Tourism Can Make the World A Better Place

March 16, 2017

The UN’s designation of 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development may be your wake-up call to make the world a better place by becoming part of sustainable tourism around the globe.  Take a closer look at why you should work in sustainable tourism. >


Will You Help Save the World through Renewable Energies Studies?

March 15, 2017

Human demand for once-abundance natural resources now exceeds what the earth can renew by more than 60 percent, according to the Global Footprint Network. One of the biggest challenges facing humankind moving forward? Energy. And while one approach involves continued reliance on harmful fossil fuels...>

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Masterstudies helps universities and students find each other online! On our pages you can easily choose between more than 30,000 study programs offered by leading universities and business schools in more than 70 countries. Compare programs, find scholarships and save time by contacting universities directly!

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Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a graduate degree that prepares students for advancement in a variety of business settings, from entrepreneurship and small business to international corporations. Both business students and other professionals planning to move into management or leadership positions will benefit from taking an MBA. Core courses focus on finance, human resources, management, business law and ethics and, while some MBA programs are general in nature, others specialize in areas such as finance, hospitality, international business or aviation. Many schools offer part-time studies, online courses or distance learning. Graduates of MBA programs typically command higher salaries and move more quickly into management positions in all types of industries.

Executive MBA (EMBA) is a masters degree in business intended for experienced mid- and senior-level professionals. EMBA programs provide students with the specific knowledge and tools they need to advance their careers, whether in their current industry or another. EMBA students include everyone from engineers to entrepreneurs, and each brings a unique perspective to the classroom. EMBA programs usually allow students to continue working full time while they study, and some employers may even assist with tuition. EMBA courses provide a strong foundation in disciplines such as finance, marketing and accounting, while focusing on leadership training and specialized topics such as strategic thinking and globalization. EMBA programs are perfect for professionals who want to advance their education and career without taking significant time away from work, and EMBA graduates are highly sought after for executive-level positions.

Masters degree is a postgraduate degree that provides students with the next level of specialized knowledge in a particular academic discipline. Master degrees are available in nearly every academic discipline, from aeronautical engineering to zoology. In addition to traditional full-time studies, many master’s programs are offered part-time, online or as distance learning programs. Most master degrees are awarded as either a Master of Art (MA) or a Master of Science (MSc) but some institutions offer specialized degrees as well, such as Master of Engineering (MEng). Anyone interested in gaining additional expertise in their profession will benefit from taking a masters degree, as academic coursework can often help fill gaps in specialized knowledge that can take many years of workforce experience to gain. Students with master’s degrees often have an advantage as they progress in their careers, since the degree indicates a commitment to their chosen profession. A masters degree is also often a stepping-stone to additional studies at the doctoral level.

LLM is a Master of Laws degree recognized throughout the world. The degree usually takes about a year to complete and studies are focused in one area of law such as environmental law or international law. In most countries, students must already have a law degree to be eligible for an LLM program, as obtaining an LLM by itself does not qualify one to practice law. Law firms that specialize in certain areas or have an international client base often seek graduates of LLM programs because they already have the skills needed to practice law in a given environment.

PhD, or Doctor of Philosophy, is the highest degree awarded and indicates that a person has reached the top of their profession academically. A PhD can be obtained in just about any academic discipline and usually requires significant research and a dissertation on an original and highly specialized topic. Most PhD programs require at least some in-residence studies and can take several years. Many PhD students study full time, but part time, online and distance learning programs are increasingly available. Many international programs are now taught in English as well. Although traditionally graduates with PhDs have pursued academic or research careers, many are now highly sought after by businesses for their specialized knowledge, especially industries that rely heavily on engineering and technical skills.

Specialized courses are available for those interested in lifelong learning or wanting to expand their knowledge in a particular area without pursuing a degree. Courses include individual short courses on specialized topics and certificate programs that usually require only 2-4 courses to complete. Courses usually focus on practical application so students can put their knowledge to work immediately. Although many courses are taught in residence, others are also available online or via distance learning. Short courses taught in residence are normally compressed into a short period, typically 1-2 weeks, while online courses can often be completed at a student's own pace. Regardless of the delivery technique, these courses offer a quick way to learn about a new topic or to update rusty skills. As both students and employers benefit from short courses and certificates, many students may find their employers willing to help with tuition.

Universities, colleges, business schools and technical institutes are available all over the world for postgraduate studies in every academic discipline imaginable. Although most postgraduate programs are taught in the native language where an institution is located, many postgraduate programs are now offered in English and other popular languages making it easier for students to study abroad. Studying abroad allows students to select the best programs in their academic discipline, exposes them to new languages and cultures, and provides valuable experience for those seeking employment in multinational corporations.