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An undergraduate degree (also called first degree, bachelor’s degree or simply degree) is a colloquial term for an academic degree taken by a person who has completed foundation courses or A Level. It is usually offered in Some Colleges and University. This Program typically takes at least three or four years to complete.

Why should I study an undergraduate degree? To

  • Study for an internationally recognised qualification
  • Enhance your employability
  • Progress to post-graduate study of a Master’s degree
  • Specialise in a subject that interests you
  • Learn in a country renowned for the quality of its research and academics
  • Improve your English language skills
  • Experience the teaching and studying style of universities Abroad

A major benefit of the Pre-Masters course is that it prepares you for your master program which is popular with both HND and Graduate who have not met up with Master Requirement.The Pre-Masters programme consists of 25 hours per week including personal tutor guidance plus five additional hours of optional GMAT training if required.

Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip, PgDip, PG Dip., PGD, PgD) is a postgraduate qualification awarded typically after a bachelor’s degree. It can be contrasted with a graduate diploma. Postgraduate certificate program consists of two to three semesters, which can be completed in less than one year in some instances. A bachelor’s degree or a diploma is required to be accepted in this type of program. It offers the advantage of not requiring to write a thesis and to focus on a concise subject. It is recommended for students wishing to enhance their professional skills as it concentrates on a more practical application in order to enter the labor market.

Why should I study a Pre-Masters/Post Graduate Diploma? To

  • Secure a conditional offer to a Master’s degree programme at the host university
  • Develop the knowledge of your chosen degree subject to Master’s level
  • Convert your Bachelor’s degree into a pathway to study a new subject at Master’s level
  • Improve your English language skills
  • Prepare for the teaching and studying style of universities Abroad

Postgraduate degrees, also known as master’s degrees and honours, are awarded most commonly as Master of Arts (MA) or Science (MSc), with a number of subject-specific honours such as Engineering (MEng) and many others.Master’s degree typically lasts one year as full-time study but in some cases can be undertaken as part-time study for two years. Programmes including work placements can take up to four years to complete.

Why should I study a postgraduate degree? To

  • Study for an internationally recognised qualification
  • Enhance your employability
  • Convert an undergraduate degree towards a new pathway to employment
  • Specialise in a subject that interests you
  • Learn in a country renowned for the quality of its academics and their research
  • Improve your English language skills
  • Experience the teaching and studying style of universities Abroad