With more and more students emerging with undergraduate degrees, the pre-experience one year Masters has become one way of helping students differentiate themselves in the labour market. Almost 30% of respondents in the most recent Tomorrow's MBA study said they would consider a specialist Masters instead of an MBA. And with many people changing jobs, the post-experience Masters has helped candidates strengthen their CV as they seek a new position.
Given the increasing popularity of the business Masters degree, CarringtonCrisp launch a new group study looking at what prospective Masters students want from their Masters and the providers in late 2012. Data collection has now been completed and results will appear in March 2013.