Post Graduate Studies


Our partner school’s graduate programs are career-focused programs. You will be equipped with the skills, opportunities and support that will ensure you excel well into the future. Your knowledge, skills and experience combine to demonstrate why a company should hire. With professional development woven into your studies, you will be inspired by influential people and build networks with future employers.

Personalized career mentoring that offers connections, support and insights. And also you are introduced to exciting companies at industry networking events. Our universities are one of the friendliest institutions with flexible schedules and payment plans. Our concentration is on the career and skills development of the students to fits in the ever-changing world market.

How To Choose The Right Course

How do you choose the right postgraduate course? Many are similar so, if you are unsure, here are some ideas on how to choose the right one for you. First, decide on:

  • subject matter
  • course duration
  • if it’s taught or research-based
  • if it’s full-time or part-time
  • Online,  Campus, or blended learning

Which Course Is Most Helpful To Your Career Aspirations

What are the employment levels of previous postgraduates and what types of jobs are they doing?

  • Which course has the strongest connections to employers?
  • What is the reputation of the course among employers?

Recruiters are often not willing to comment, but you can get some idea of how they rate particular courses from their willingness to take on work experience students or hire from it. The biographies and trainee profiles on company websites are a good source of information here. Also, you might want to search for ‘name of employer postgraduate’ to see which courses an employer sponsors.

Qualification Type

Masters Degree

Master’s degrees (MA/M.A./A.M., MPhil/M.Phil., MSc/M.S./SM, MBA/M.B.A., LLM/LL.M., MAsc, etc.) are the traditional formal form of master’s degree, where the student already holds an undergraduate (bachelor’s) degree on entry. A master’s degree is an academic degree awarded by universities or colleges upon completion of a course of study demonstrating mastery or a high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice.

Graduate Certificate

A graduate certificate (GradCert, GCert, GradC) is a short course of study that is designed to meet the supplemental needs of professionals. They are a form of specialized training at the university level. Graduate certificates generally focus on a particular industry or job title and, as such, there are dozens of options available to those who are interested in earning one. Graduate certificates are normally taken by those who have already graduated with a bachelor’s degree in another discipline (hence the name).

Graduate Diploma

A graduate diploma (GradD, GDip, GrDip, GradDip) is generally a qualification taken after completion of a first degree, although the level of study varies in different countries from being at the same level as the final year of a bachelor’s degree. Depending on the institution and country, a graduate diploma in Canada may be at graduate level or bachelor’s level, a graduate diploma is a short course, with a value of 80–120 UK credits.

Postgraduate Certificate

A postgraduate certificate (abbreviated as PGCert, PgCert, PG Cert, PGC, or PgC) is the shortest commonly available postgraduate qualification. It educational credential that provides students advanced skills in a specific area of specialization. Just like graduate diplomas, students who enroll in a postgraduate certificate will need to hold a Bachelor’s degree. Some schools allow students to be enrolled in a postgraduate certificate programme and a Master’s or doctoral degree course simultaneously.