7,600- 43,900 USD per year
A full-time Masters is usually 1-2 years long. Most Masters degrees in the UK take one year, but programmes in other countries are often longer. Masters degrees tackle more advanced material than Bachelors degrees and students are expected to study more independently.
There are two main intakes in the UK, September/October Intake and January/February Intake and. Some universities in UK also provide April / May intake for a few courses.
20,000- 35,000 USD per year
Masters degrees in the USA last 2 years
The Fall intake starts in the month of September.
Spring: Starts in the January; it's best if you miss the September intake.
Summer: Available for limited programs and colleges, the Summer intake usually starts around May
6,470 USD per year
Malaysian masters courses las for 1-3 years
14,400- 26,600 USD per year
Most Masters degrees in Australia take between one and two years to complete: Traditional academic programmes taught entirely by coursework are generally 18 months long.
Australia usually has two intakes, February and July. A few Universities offer multiple intakes in September and November as well. Universities take around 4-6 weeks to process the applications for the July intake Australia
13,437 USD per year
Postgraduate degrees last between one and three years to complete, depending on the type of degree.
Fall: A popular intake among Indian students, The Fall intake starts in the month of September.
Winter: Starts in January; it's best if you miss the September intake.
Summer: Available for limited programs and colleges, the Summer intake usually starts around April and May.
17,660- 25,100 USD per year
Traditional Masters programmes in New Zealand usually last for two years. The first year is taught by coursework, the second year is research based. There are now also a wide range of primarily taught Masters courses in New Zealand, which usually last for just one year.
Semester 1: February to June.
Semester 2: July to November.