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    Hey guys, I was just wondering if there is a generally accepted time that masters applications should be received by an institution? I know it must vary a lot dependent on the university, but at what stage do courses start filling up?

    Lots of people on here seem to be debating choices and which offer they should accept. To get an offer, I assume they must have passed the interview stages, which I assume means there was enough applicants to shortlist for interview?

    I was just hoping to hear back at what point in the year it's acceptible to still apply for a masters with a realistic chance of acceptence. This'll help me better prepare myself for an application next year, or whether or not I should just crack on and risk going for a 2011 intake.

    Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks

    Best advice is to call up and ask if they have any places. It is VERY much dependant on the degree you want to do. E.g Accounting and Finance masters usually fill up before January.

    You have nothing to lose by applying. Oh and many masters courses don't require interviews.

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