How much to study for a second degree?

Julia Martynyuk
Julia Martynyuk
February 12, 2013
How much to study for a second degree?

The second higher education today has again become very popular. However, the time to receive it depends not only on the will of the future student, but also on the first diploma, and on what form of study will be chosen. So how much to study for a second degree?

Full-time education requires spending 3–4 years on it to get a bachelor’s degree, and such a coveted master’s degree can really be obtained in just two years. Evening form of study, which is sometimes also called full-time - part-time, implies 2-4 years of study for a bachelor’s degree, and a little less for a magistracy three years. Having entered the correspondence form of study, you will receive a bachelor's degree of a particular science only in 3–5 years.

In addition to these well-known teaching methods, a bachelor’s and master’s degrees can also be obtained through distance learning. However, this will have to spend 3 - 5 years.Well, if you decide to study externally, then before you get a bachelor's degree you need to study science from 3 to 6 years.

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