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    I am considering studying for an OU undergraduate degree in History but then I think afterwards that I would like to study for a masters at a regular university. Does anyone have experience with applying for an MA after gaining an OU undergrad degree? Did the uni you applied to respect your OU qualification?
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    (Original post by Chescarooo)
    I am considering studying for an OU undergraduate degree in History but then I think afterwards that I would like to study for a masters at a regular university. Does anyone have experience with applying for an MA after gaining an OU undergrad degree? Did the uni you applied to respect your OU qualification?
    I know it's a bit different but I have an OU degree and recently received two offers (out of three choices) to study a PGCE. The interviewers seemed very impressed that I had gained a 2:1 degree while working full-time. I felt it showed I had commitment and good time management skills, and would be able to cope with masters level study. Good luck!
 
 
 
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