What is the ideal course duration for masters?
How does it make a difference if my course is of 1, 1.5, or 2 years? What changes? Which is better? And why?
Nikhil fernandes last edited by Nikhil fernandes
You'll have less time to get settled into your routine
Finishing your course might feel more hectic
You won't have as much time getting used to the experience
Will make you feel more relaxed...and able to do internships and your thesis
So, it depends. If you want to finish your course as soon as possible and get a job, go for the shorter duration course.
But if it's important for you to get in-depth knowledge and experience, and you prefer a comparatively slower pace...take the one with a longer duration.
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