So, you’ve achieved your degree and are now working but feel like you want to learn more so you decide to study a Master degree at your chosen UK University. However, like many others you can study full-time now you have the usual bills to pay, children, mortgage etc. This is where you have a great opportunity to undertake a part-time Masters degree while you work, so you’re getting the best of both worlds!
As you can see, a lot more pros then cons but make sure you do your research and see the course prospects, discuss with your employer, child carers, family and whoever else is part of your life and this new journey you want to take.
Many universities in the UK offer Master degrees and that’s part-time and full-time and it can be much more flexible than when you did your Honours degree. So, do make sure you have the right requirements to apply for the Masters degree and have the time to fit it in to your other life commitments.
A master’s degree in the UK is very rewarding for your future and will be worth it but most importantly you must see for yourself if you can juggle part-time study and your other commitments.