New 12 month MSc degree option
In order to introduce more choice for our students, we are pleased to inform you that from September 2014, we will offer a new option on all our MSc programmes. You will be able to choose from the following:
- The existing 9 month MSc programme running from September 2014 to June 2015 – with graduation for successful candidates in July 2015.
- A new option of a 12 month MSc programme running from September 2014 to September 2015 with graduation for successful candidates in December 2015.
The new 12 month option will involve a compulsory 20 credit Research Project completed between June and September 2015, which would also mean a 20 credit reduction in the number of taught modules taken in the spring term. Completing a 12 month degree can be important for students who wish to be able to demonstrate their ability to carry out independent research prior to application to a PhD programme or to show prospective employers as evidence of the quality of work they can produce.
If you require a VISA to study in the UK, please make sure you indicate which version of our programmes you would like to follow when applying for your CAS.
Please contact our admissions team at the ICMA Centre for more information. To contact us e-mail: email@example.com.
|Published||29 July 2014|
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