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    im starting a 'diploma in higher education in psychology and law' with open university, but i was wondering what qualifications i could study when this one has been completed. i mean diplomas, masters, honours? i have no idea what order these qualification can be studied in or their value? thanks
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    im starting a 'diploma in higher education in psychology and law' with open university, but i was wondering what qualifications i could study when this one has been completed. i mean diplomas, masters, honours? i have no idea what order these qualification can be studied in or their value? thanks
    The diploma is 2/3 of an undergraduate full degree - usually you do your undergraduate degree (BA/BSc Honours), then Masters PhD etc (postgraduate studies)
 
 
 
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