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    I took a top-up degree (1year) in Northumbria University and graduated with 2.2 (59%) in 2016. Now I’m planning to take a master degree. Currently I am holding offers from Exeter, Newcastle, and Sussex for a master degree in September 2018. I test my luck applying pre-master in INTO Manchester, KCL and UCL. Turns out KCL and INTO rejecting my application because they said my grade doesn’t meet the entry requirement. BUT I got accepted in UCL.
    Should I take the UCL pre-master or just go directly for master degree at Exeter / Newcastle?
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    (Original post by Jandev)
    I took a top-up degree (1year) in Northumbria University and graduated with 2.2 (59%) in 2016. Now I’m planning to take a master degree. Currently I am holding offers from Exeter, Newcastle, and Sussex for a master degree in September 2018. I test my luck applying pre-master in INTO Manchester, KCL and UCL. Turns out KCL and INTO rejecting my application because they said my grade doesn’t meet the entry requirement. BUT I got accepted in UCL.
    Should I take the UCL pre-master or just go directly for master degree at Exeter / Newcastle?
    Why do an extra year when you can go straight in the masters program. Do the courses at Newcastle and Exeter interest you and are they what you want to do or would you rather go to UCL? An extra year is also an extra year of finance.
 
 
 
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