14th October 2018

POST GRADUATE DEGREE

A Masters is an advanced academic degree that takes place at postgraduate, or ‘second-cycle’, level, building on existing undergraduate qualifications or professional experience. By completing a Masters you’ll gain higher level skills and more specialised understanding of your subject area or profession.Like the UK system (upon which it is modelled) Australia uses a three-tiered degree structure. Undergraduate Bachelors degrees are followed by postgraduate Masters degrees. Some students then continue on to higher level research qualifications, such as the PhD.