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    I'm hopefully on track for a masters course, but I was thinking of changing to a straightforward bachelors and just graduating. I'm a big fan of materials science, but I want some industrial experience. Jobwise, etc. But, could I head back over after a years worth of work and then complete a masters? What about a PhD? How does the bleeding system work? I have no other achievements, extra curriculars which may contribute towards my field other than the degree I'm doing. Thanks

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