Bachelor's degree (BA, BSc)

Bachelor's degree (BA, BSc)

The fastest way to get a degree after graduation is to apply for a bachelor's degree. The most common abbreviations you'll come across when looking for a degree are BA (Bachelor of Arts) and BSc (Bachelor of Science), which are the same level of education but in a different field. The course lasts 6-8 semesters, during which time you can gain the knowledge you need to get a job or lay the foundations for a master's degree.

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Master's degree (MA, MSc)

Master's degree (MA, MSc)

If you want to deepen your knowledge or gain more specialised knowledge, you should apply for a Master's degree. You can go on to a Master's programme if you have a bachelor's degree, and the exact entry requirements are set by the institutions. Courses usually last 2-4 semesters.

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Doctoral studies (PhD)

Doctoral studies (PhD)

Those planning a research or more theoretical career can apply for an accredited doctorate (PhD) and a Master of Arts (DLA) after completing a Master's degree. Doctoral students carry out research under the supervision of a supervisor, which they can publish and present at conferences.

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Long-degree programmes

Long-degree programmes

For some subjects (e.g. teaching), you can apply for an long-degree programme after your school-leaving certificate. This means that you can complete your bachelor's and master's degrees in 10-12 semesters, and at the end of the course you will receive a master's degree, so you will graduate with a master's degree after your years at university.

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