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    Not, should I, but CAN I study more than one post grad at the same time? One would be the PCGE, full time one year, the other would be a part time 2-3 year (one weekend a month) PgD/MSc. If I didnt do the PGCE then I would be working full time anyway and doing the PGCE so whats the difference?
    I would like to do both and would be happy with a career in either, but the MSc is likely to lead to self employment only and teaching would be a good back up/consistent salary whilst studying or establishing clients
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    Not, should I, but CAN I study more than one post grad at the same time? One would be the PCGE, full time one year, the other would be a part time 2-3 year (one weekend a month) PgD/MSc. If I didnt do the PGCE then I would be working full time anyway and doing the PGCE so whats the difference?
    I would like to do both and would be happy with a career in either, but the MSc is likely to lead to self employment only and teaching would be a good back up/consistent salary whilst studying or establishing clients
    Most universities will have the requirement that you are not also registered for another degree at another institution. So no, it is unlikely. If you find somewhere that does allow it, you need to accept that means they care more about getting your money than about their academic standards.


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    (Original post by Grob)
    Not, should I, but CAN I study more than one post grad at the same time? One would be the PCGE, full time one year, the other would be a part time 2-3 year (one weekend a month) PgD/MSc. If I didnt do the PGCE then I would be working full time anyway and doing the PGCE so whats the difference?
    I would like to do both and would be happy with a career in either, but the MSc is likely to lead to self employment only and teaching would be a good back up/consistent salary whilst studying or establishing clients
    Bit confused by that sentence
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    typo, obviously I mean doing the PgD/MSc
 
 
 
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