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Professional Masters Programmes

Written by Mark Bennett

Some Masters courses are highly vocational, designed to prepare students for particular careers.

Here you can learn about subject-specific degrees such as the Master of Social Work (MSW) as well as specialised Masters programmes in Engineering, Fine Arts and Psychology.

Elsewhere on FindAMasters you can read about other qualification pathways in professions such as teaching, business and the law.

The Masters in Social Work (MSW) Degree – A Guide

The Masters in Social Work (MSW) is a specialist professional degree for postgraduate students seeking a career in Social Work. Our guide explains how MSW programmes work, what funding is available and how to apply.

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Engineering Masters Degrees – A Guide

What is an MEng and an MSc (Eng)? How does a Master in Engineering differ from other Masters degrees? Find out with our guide to postgraduate Engineering degrees.

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Psychology Conversion Courses – A Guide

Here's everything you need to know about Psychology conversion courses, covering tuition, entry requirements and alternative routes.

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The Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Degree – A Guide

What is a Masters of Fine Art? Is it worth studying an MFA instead of an MA? Find out with our guide.

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Last updated: 09 March 2021