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Hello! I'm an educator that is very interested in the experiences of Master's students - and in particular, better understanding what support, help and advice students studying at Master's level would benefit from that help them make the most of their Master's journeys.

I'd be really grateful if existing or past Master's students would be willing to share their own perspectives - from what obstacles or barriers you've enountered that you think educators could provide guidance (or better guidance) on how to address/overcome - to areas where you think that more specific support is needed. This could be on anything relating to your university experience, or any part of your Master's journey.
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Hello! I'm an educator that is keen to better understand what support, help and advice students studying at Master's level would benefit from.

I'd be really grateful if existing or past Master's students would be willing to share their own perspectives - e.g. What obstacles or barriers you've enountered that you think educators could (or should) provide guidance (or better guidance) on how to address/overcome, to broader areas where you think that more specific support is needed. This could be on anything relating to your uni experience/Master's journey.

Thank you!
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Heya! My friend did her MA and the main issue she used to always complain about was the coursework review. She said compared to her undergrad it was very generic.

The other thing was how Unis were full of undergrad students who had lots to do and lots of friends, meanwhile masters students had very little options and fewer friends. Not sure if these issues were specific to Masters students or her Uni.
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(Original post by madygh13)
Heya! My friend did her MA and the main issue she used to always complain about was the coursework review. She said compared to her undergrad it was very generic.

The other thing was how Unis were full of undergrad students who had lots to do and lots of friends, meanwhile masters students had very little options and fewer friends. Not sure if these issues were specific to Masters students or her Uni.
Thanks so much!
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