Masters Courses with Placement at University of Brighton

13 July 2020

University of Brighton have made two new additions to its portfolio of masters courses with work placement options. The University is now offering a one year work placement option to masters students on the courses mentioned below after the completion of their masters degree.

Brighton is a multi-campus university that offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses with professional accreditation. Studying at Brighton gives students an opportunity to gain additional qualifications, license to practice and exemptions from professional exams as its courses are accredited with 50 professional organisations. The University has excellent industry connections which provides students exceptional opportunities for paid placements and work placements in industry within the UK and abroad. 

If you wish to learn more about studying masters courses with placement options at the University of Brighton, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today. Oue international education consultants will help you apply to the university and provide expert guidance to ensure your application is submitted error-free.

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