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    Hey everyone

    So I am final 3rd year student doing Economics & Politics who is planning to apply for Master's degree

    I was wondering about the limit of master's courses you can apply for per 1 Uni
    Can I apply to more than 1 master's degree in one University? and whats the limit?

    thx!)
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    (Original post by Alica2016)
    I didn't have enough time to do all my hometask so sometimes had to use extra sources as essayskills. But it really helps!
    What? how is this related to this threat ?)
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    (Original post by Chelister)
    Hey everyone

    So I am final 3rd year student doing Economics & Politics who is planning to apply for Master's degree

    I was wondering about the limit of master's courses you can apply for per 1 Uni
    Can I apply to more than 1 master's degree in one University? and whats the limit?

    thx!)
    You can usually apply to as many as you have time and effort to. However, a University will probably question your motivation and focus if you are making multiple applications.
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    I am currently a second year student. When do I need to start a masters application (if I chose to apply to them)?
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    (Original post by Millerman)
    I am currently a second year student. When do I need to start a masters application (if I chose to apply to them)?
    First term of your third year, with some tipping into the second term. Basically put a plan together as soon as you start your final year.


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    First term of your third year, with some tipping into the second term. Basically put a plan together as soon as you start your final year.


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    Thank you. Do you also know anything about applying to masters in the US? Which additional tests will I need to do? and will I need to prepare earlier?
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    (Original post by Millerman)
    Thank you. Do you also know anything about applying to masters in the US? Which additional tests will I need to do? and will I need to prepare earlier?
    Haven't a clue I'm afraid.
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    (Original post by Millerman)
    Thank you. Do you also know anything about applying to masters in the US? Which additional tests will I need to do? and will I need to prepare earlier?
    Depends on which type of Master's degree you want. If it's business (MBA), you need a GMAT. The GRE will cover most American post graduate degrees.

    Start preparing around the same time, get your referees etc. Deadlines vary, but treat it like you are applying for an undergraduate position again.
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    (Original post by Millerman)
    Thank you. Do you also know anything about applying to masters in the US? Which additional tests will I need to do? and will I need to prepare earlier?
    Google. No-one's going to spoonfeed answers at postgrad level. How are we supposed to know what courses, unis or deadlines you're talking about?
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    (Original post by Duncan2012)
    Google. No-one's going to spoonfeed answers at postgrad level. How are we supposed to know what courses, unis or deadlines you're talking about?
    Sorry for that. It is because I have only just started considering a Masters and wanted to know roughly when, as a current second year student, I needed to start looking further.

    I will of course research this for myself, as well as use my current university's career service. This just seemed a good place to start.
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    (Original post by zombiejon)
    Depends on which type of Master's degree you want. If it's business (MBA), you need a GMAT. The GRE will cover most American post graduate degrees.

    Start preparing around the same time, get your referees etc. Deadlines vary, but treat it like you are applying for an undergraduate position again.
    Thank you.
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    (Original post by Millerman)
    Sorry for that. It is because I have only just started considering a Masters and wanted to know roughly when, as a current second year student, I needed to start looking further.

    I will of course research this for myself, as well as use my current university's career service. This just seemed a good place to start.
    Ok. You'll probably apply during third year. But without knowing which course or uni you're looking at we can't offer anything constructive.
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    (Original post by Millerman)
    Thank you. Do you also know anything about applying to masters in the US? Which additional tests will I need to do? and will I need to prepare earlier?
    Hiya, have you found anything yet for applying for masters in the US? I'm thinking of doing this in the future too.
 
 
 
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