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    Hello guys

    I'm a French student expected to graduate with a master's degree in IT engineering in September of this year.
    My course follows this scheme : 5 weeks of classes at uni / 8 weeks in a company, and this for 1 year.

    I plan to apply for a MSc in the UK and would like to know if that saying that I did a "master's degree in apprenticeship" in my application is both correct and understandable from an UK educational point of view.

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    Benzboub
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    no ideas anyone?
 
 
 
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