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If I have two years of work experience, can I apply for a master's degree?

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    Deakin College (Australia)

    Deakin College (Australia)

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    Most universities require you to have at least two years of work experience to apply for a master's degree. Some universities, however, offer a master's degree program without needing you to have work experience. Although you will be required to study longer over a two year duration instead of one year to one and a half years if you have prior work experience.

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