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I am looking at both these courses from Plymouth University, I have a bachelors in Sport Science but am looking to go into working in tourism, travel (Looking at airline jobs) or similar. Both of these are "conversion" programmes, but I am not sure am I able to do other masters that would not be under this but not related to my actual degree?

I am applying to both, but which one would be better? I feel at if Msc Business and Management is more broad, but probably both are meant for people that have just finished their bachelors when I have been working for the last 4 years. I also looked into doing an MBA at Marjon (I want to stay around Plymouth area), which I think would be more challenging but more suited to getting a higher paying job in the future and I dont have the business background for it.
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I am looking at both these courses from Plymouth University, I have a bachelors in Sport Science but am looking to go into working in tourism, travel (Looking at airline jobs) or similar. Both of these are "conversion" programmes, but I am not sure am I able to do other masters that would not be under this but not related to my actual degree?

I am applying to both, but which one would be better? I feel at if Msc Business and Management is more broad, but probably both are meant for people that have just finished their bachelors when I have been working for the last 4 years. I also looked into doing an MBA at Marjon (I want to stay around Plymouth area), which I think would be more challenging but more suited to getting a higher paying job in the future and I dont have the business background for it.
Marjon is probably the best option for that, they specialize mainly in sports, management and teaching.
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