Master’s Degree: Which one? When? Why?

In these times of crisis the need to be better academically prepared is more clear, and how to go about doing it requires an in-depth analysis.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Nancy Cueto, the director of International Development at IE University, notes in her article published in “Graduate studies are always a boost in any professional career, but the extra benefit depends on having the right focus and if the investment in this level of education is really more profitable.”

What is the specialization needed to obtain an advantage over the competition for the best jobs? How much previous experience should I accumulate before taking on a master’s program? Which institution? How much money can I invest?

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