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    I'm not from the UK and was wondering whether this is common practice here or whether that will be looked upon badly by a Master's uni/future employer?
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    masters uni don't care given you can pay them money to do their course

    would imagine experience will only seem fabvourable to future employers
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    (Original post by Tobyfcb)
    I'm not from the UK and was wondering whether this is common practice here or whether that will be looked upon badly by a Master's uni/future employer?
    Majority of people in the UK complete an MSc straight after undergraduate, without taking a year out. That's not to say it's the right thing to do though. If you can get decent experience in that year and then do your MSc, it means being hired becomes more likely.

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    (Original post by Tobyfcb)
    I'm not from the UK and was wondering whether this is common practice here or whether that will be looked upon badly by a Master's uni/future employer?
    If you can do a placement try your possible best to get one. Thank me later.
 
 
 
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