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4 years ago
Member since Jul' 2018
Answered 4 years ago
Hello Muhammad Zamir,
It all depends on you, your family and the course you choose to take. Usually, students choose to go abroad during their masters or PhD but that depends if you plan on continuing your studies till that level. If not, you can also choose to go abroad for your degree. But all factors depend on your choices and decisions. If you do plan on going abroad, do have a look at Study in UK and Study in Australia.
Hope this advice is helpful, good luck!
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5 years ago
Member since May' 2018
Answered 5 years ago
Hi Goh Seng Shya,
As long as you have a Masters or PhD, you will be able to become a lecturer in any IPTA or IPTS. Most universities will accept Masters holders, though there are certain universities that would require you to hold a PhD. You may even become a lecturer with a degree but only with substantial experience.
Hope this helps! Good luck.
It depends how different are the programmes. If it's still in the same field, then it's acceptable but if it's too different, then you might not be allowed to. For example, if you studied a degree in mass communication and want to do a specialisation in a medical field, that is not possible. The only way to go about this is to do a degree that is related to the postgraduate field you want to study. Even if it's in the same field, do check the entry requirements of the master's programme first because some may require specific qualifications.
Hope this helps. Feel free to ask if you have any more queries :)