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Does anyone regret doing their masters?

I'm almost set on doing one in (business) I feel like it's almost a must. I'm sure that the ceiling of your career would be far more limited with just the the basically mandatory bachelors degree.

But is it really worth the effort and do you feel like you learned more in one year than in 3 years of undergrad.
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I've noticed in the UK that there are some great jobs available to those with a Bachelor degree, for example doesn't British Airways management training course require simply a degree in anything, for application to be considered?

When I was talking to a professor of computer science at EPFL Lausanne in Switzerland, he told me recently that a Masters is required to get almost any worthwhile job in Europe - he further mentioned that the starting salaries in CH were £99K, post master.

Dunno if that helps!
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