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    thanks for clicking on this but can I get some assistance,

    is it better to apply for a bachelor degree and then masters or just apply for the 4-year masters??

    also, what is everyone applying?
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    Only if you know what you want to specialise in following your bachelors degree. Otherwise I would advise do your bachelors and then you can learn which parts you enjoy the most/what you would actually like a career in and then take the appropriate masters.
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    thanks for clicking on this but can I get some assistance,

    is it better to apply for a bachelor degree and then masters or just apply for the 4-year masters??

    also, what is everyone applying?
    Apply for a four year masters if there’s a chance you want to take it. You can drop down easily if you change your mind. Financially swapping to a longer course can cause problems.
 
 
 
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