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Business Masters - Propel your Career in Business to the Next Level

Press Release: March 23, 2010

Choosing the right business masters for your career is vitally important, selecting the course that is best connected to the needs of businesses and employers worldwide. A business MSc qualification can give postgraduates a truly competitive real world edge. This is because the majority of business masters courses are tailored with the needs of the employer in mind, regularly putting research and theory to the test in practical business situations.

Business students who have undertaken an undergraduate degree are likely to have touched upon a wide variety of elements without being able to specialise in a specific area of interest. The beauty of an MSC business qualification is that there are numerous options available, from finance to management and real estate to shipping.

The biggest decision for most postgraduate students is finding ways and means of funding a business masters course. Fortunately for successful scholars, there are often scholarships and bursaries available for undergraduates applying with particularly impressive first class and upper second class honours.

Perhaps the pinnacle of postgraduate financial study is focused in London. The worlds financial capital is home to high-level contacts with numerous city firms giving graduates the opportunity to move straight from the completion of their studies into well-paid, life-changing postgraduate positions.

At Cass Business School, London, all the MSc courses integrate expert practical instruction with the highest standards of theoretical teaching. Consequently, a Cass Business masters (http://www.cass.city.ac.uk/masters/index.html) qualification will give you a truly competitive, real world edge.

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