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    I'm 14 and I don't know what age can you start getting a masters degree I don't want to get it at a late age and I've heard it's 15 is that true if not what is the right age to start trying to get a masters degree?

    You should either start an undergraduate master's at about 18 or a postgraduate master's at about 21.
    As you're doing GCSEs now, I think it's highly unlikely that you will have exceptional A-level results at age 15.

    when should you get to it? after your bachelors immediately in an integrated masters course (will be 4 years or 5 years with a placement) or leaving it for some time to negotiate with employer so that they can fund it for you as part of skills development investment - meaning you can basically do it anytime you like as long as you can pay for it.
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