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    I'm seriously considering doing my Masters degree in France, but am a little confused as to the structure of it. Does the Bologna process mean that all Masters degrees in France are 2 years long and not 1 year?

    When I was on my year abroad in France a few years ago, I had friends who were doing one year master degree programmes , but all the research that I'm doing now suggests that it has to be two years. Can anyone advise me on this? I'm intending to do political science if that helps.

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    You have to do the "master 1 " and then apply for the "master 2", it can be the following of the master 1 , or you can change and do something else for your master 2 , but it has to be a related subject.
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    (Original post by dancehallqueen08)
    I'm seriously considering doing my Masters degree in France, but am a little confused as to the structure of it. Does the Bologna process mean that all Masters degrees in France are 2 years long and not 1 year?

    When I was on my year abroad in France a few years ago, I had friends who were doing one year master degree programmes , but all the research that I'm doing now suggests that it has to be two years. Can anyone advise me on this? I'm intending to do political science if that helps.

    Merci d'avance 😊
    Masters are 2 years long but you can directly enter the second year (called M2) if you have already done one year of postgraduate study.
 
 
 

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