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    So I just graduated from the University of York with my 2:1 in Politics. I have a great CV, solid education and works experience. It's a great CV. I have a scholarship offer of £8,750 to do a Masters in MSc in International Management at the Henley Business School. This means my course fees would be £3,750 rather than £12,500. From what I hear and see Henley is one of the better business schools in the country. I would have to take out the full £10,000 government postgraduate loan to be able to fund the year, will this improve my employability? Is it worth it?
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    If it;s required for jobs you'd like to end up in then yes. If it's something that interests you and that you have the finance to fund then go for it. Don't do a masters for the sake of it though.
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    If it;s required for jobs you'd like to end up in then yes. If it's something that interests you and that you have the finance to fund then go for it. Don't do a masters for the sake of it though.
    Well I want to advance within my political party and pursue a career in parliament. Management degree should provide skills that are useful in both public and private companies. I've always had an interest in business and did always think if the option to do a business masters was there then yes I would do it.
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    Well you have your answer then


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