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Hey, I applied for the undergraduate course CV85, which is philosophy with psychology. When I check the course description, it says that it is an undergraduate degree, but also that it is an honors degree resulting in a masters. What exactly does that mean? Because I applied in the undergraduate section through UCAS for a 4 year course. It is still a bachelors right? Except that I can do a masters as an extension? I am scared that I applied unintentionally directly for a masters...
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Hey, I applied for the undergraduate course CV85, which is philosophy with psychology. When I check the course description, it says that it is an undergraduate degree, but also that it is an honors degree resulting in a masters. What exactly does that mean? Because I applied in the undergraduate section through UCAS for a 4 year course. It is still a bachelors right? Except that I can do a masters as an extension? I am scared that I applied unintentionally directly for a masters...
It sounds like an undergraduate integrated master's. Which uni is this?
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It sounds like an undergraduate integrated master's. Which uni is this?
Durham (according to search engine using CV85)
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This one https://www.dur.ac.uk/courses/info/?id=17389&code=cv85 ????
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Durham (according to search engine using CV85)
Reading have the same course and code.
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I applied to the same course to st andrews, aberdeen, glasgow (philosophy/psychology), and dundee. What exactly is an integrated masters?
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Reading have the same course and code.
If it is Reading, then it is a 4 year course including a Placement Year.
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I applied to the same course to st andrews, aberdeen, glasgow (philosophy/psychology), and dundee. What exactly is an integrated masters?
Ah. Scottish undergraduate arts degrees traditionally award an MA rather than a BA. They can also be four years because of differences in the education system.
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Ah. Scottish undergraduate arts degrees traditionally award an MA rather than a BA. They can also be four years because of differences in the education system.
Aha, but I can still attend them with below honors qualification, such as a high school diploma or A-levels right?
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Aha, but I can still attend them with below honors qualification, such as a high school diploma or A-levels right?
Yes.
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Yes.
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