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Why does a master's degree in the UK only take one year to complete?

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    A post graduate degree in the U.K. is globality, the 29th in the U.K., the Fiji is for one year as it saves your time and a lot of budget that you'll be spending in your second year in the U.K., the university followed a rigorous schedule and they work on a specific skills. That's the reason instead of two years, they have a one year degree.

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    Coventry University

    Coventry University

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    Hi, it's Ryan here at Coventry University. A master's degree in the U.K. is one year across three terms with Kampai comprising of 180 credits. Thanks.

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