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International Masters Study

Are you considering studying a Masters abroad? You aren’t alone. More and more of today’s students are looking beyond their own borders for postgraduate study.

Whether you want to take advantage of unique resources and training opportunities in other countries, acquire new skills, or simply indulge your sense of adventure whilst you study, our guides have all the information you need.

We’ve put together the answers to all the important questions you might have about studying a Masters abroad: from international higher education systems and postgraduate course fees to applications procedures, visa requirements and career prospects. We’ve even taken a look at what it’s like to live as a Masters student in other countries, with information on accommodation, living costs and working whilst studying abroad.

All you need to do is pick a section below and get started.

  • Why Study Abroad?

    Got questions about studying a Masters abroad? Want to know more about the benefits of international postgraduate study? Our guide can help you get started.

  • Study in Europe

    Europe’s historic universities and rich cultural heritage make it an excellent choice for international Masters study. Our guides cover all of the most popular European study destinations: the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, the Netherlands. . . and many more. We’ve also put together a handy overview of Masters study in Europe.

  • Study in the Americas

    The USA is the world’s single most popular study abroad destination, but it’s not alone in North America. Canada also attracts large numbers of postgraduate students to its own internationally renowned universities. Meanwhile, South American countries like Brazil are rapidly becoming important education hubs in their own right.

  • Study in Africa

    African universities offer an international outlook, a proud intellectual heritage and the opportunity to take a frontline approach to the problems of conservation, globalisation and international development. It's no surprise, then, that they're advancing up the world rankings tables and attracting growing numbers of international Masters students.

  • Study in Asia

    Home to some of the world’s youngest and most innovative universities, Asia offers the chance to study a Masters abroad on high-tech campuses in pioneering new research areas. Find out more in our guides to postgraduate study in India, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and South Korea.

  • Study in Australasia

    It isn’t hard to explain the appeal of studying abroad in Australia and New Zealand, with their enviable climate, relaxed lifestyle and acclaimed universities. Our guides have all the information you need to know about postgraduate study down under.

  • International Language Tests

    If you’re studying a Masters abroad in a second language, you might be asked to submit a test score. Our guides include information on tests for the most common international languages, from English and French to Japanese and Mandarin, as well as a general guide to language tests for international Masters students.

  • Graduate Entry Tests

    Some countries set graduate admissions tests as part of their applications process. Find out more with our guides to the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT).

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