Master’s Preparation Programmes

Overview

Bachelors Preparation ProgrammesMany countries offer international students a preparation programme for admissions to Master’s studies. Nevertheless a completion of these courses, in contrast to Bachelor’s preparation programmes, is not obligatory to admission requirements. This is often the case about taking a Master’s preparation programme; if a student needs to improve academic performance, language skills or to benefit from an easier admissions process to universities overseas. Such preparation programmes also allow you to receive an upgrade, if you plan to apply to a programme with a completely different major to that already received.

Master’s preparation programmes usually take place in a selected country of further education. They are exceptionally popular in the UK, Canada, the USA, Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands.

Advantages

Master’s preparation programmes have many advantages:

  • adaptation to a different education system
  • familiarization with a country
  • language practice
  • academic knowledge improvement
  • studying subjects in a language of further education
  • easier admissions to the university

How does it work?

Preparation centres have agreements with universities to make the student admissions process easier. If a prospective student has already decided on their university then he/she can apply for a specific preparation programme. If you achieve the required grade on this course, then you will be guaranteed an acceptance to the selected university and master’s programme.

If a student hasn’t decided on their university and would like to have more time, it makes sense to consider preparation programmes at independent centres. On completion of the course you can apply to the recommended partner university as well as to any other institution within this country.

You can always get in touch with INSA Experts for a consultation and expert advice about preparation programmes.

Features

You can receive more information about the features of Master’s preparation programmes abroad using the chart below:

Master’s preparation programmes abroad

applicants

international students

duration

3 -12 months

subjects

English language

Study skills

Subject related courses

Admissions

The admissions process to a preparation programme is no less important. The detailed list of admission requirements to Master’s preparation programmes abroad is provided by INSA ’s Experts:

programmes

* Admissions requirements depend on the selected programme. Get in touch with INSA Experts to receive a consultation.

Examples

University

Country

Programme type

     
     

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