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Masters with Placement at University of Surrey for Feb 2021 Intake

16 October 2020

The University of Surrey is offering over 40 masters courses for the February 2021 intake and a number of these postgraduate courses include a placement year. The Masters with Placement will be for a two year course duration and Surrey’s award winning employability and career steam will be offering guidance and support to find placements. 

Masters with Placement programmes for the February 2021 at the University of Surrey include:

  • MSc Data Science
  • MSc Information Security
  • MSc Business Analytics
  • MSc Management
  • MSc Digital Marketing and Channel Management
  • MSc Strategic Marketing
  • MSc Human Resource Management
  • MSc Investment Management

A scholarship of £2500 towards tuition fee of year 1 is being offered to all Indian students applying to study a masters course at the University of Surrey from February 2021. Connect with your SI-UK education consultant to learn more about this scholarship and start your masters application with the University of Surrey today.

Applications are open at the University of Surrey for February 2021 intake. If you want to find out more about Surrey and other UK universities, get your FREE consultation with SI-UK now.

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  • University of Surrey

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