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Should I accept Scholarship?


User: briovaz - 03 March 2017 18:38

Hi everyone. This is my first post. I recently graduated and have a supply chain management undergraduate degree. Now I'm doing a job in the supply chain field as an executive in a well reputed company in my country & I'm a new recruit (over 2 months). However I have got a 70% off scholarship to do my masters in the same university I got my degree from. Now im in a dilemma whether I should take the scholarship that I've been offered. I should take the scholarship in the coming September. If so i will have to move to UK leaving behind my job. So my quastion is will it be worth taking the scholarship? Instead should I pursue a masters here in my own country while working rather than going abroad? Thanks in advance. :)

User: Tudor_Queen - 03 March 2017 19:12

It is impossible for anyone to answer this question for you! You need to weigh it up yourself... You could think about what you want to do - what is your end goal, do you need a Masters, do you want to study in the UK again, do you think your current job will allow you to make the progress you want to without having a Masters, etc...




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