As I have done a Masters in Physics, what course can I choose to study in Australia?

Master's percentage is 73% IELTS overall score is 6.5 bands

Asked by Ajay Thakur 12 months ago

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Abhishek Ahluwalia

Abhishek Ahluwalia

CS Undergrad student || Machine Learning || AI Enthusiast

If you have already done a masters in Physics, I suggest you post graduation or certifications. These types of qualifications are especially made for students seeking further education after a master degree. They will enhance your knowledge and resume for the same.

If you consider Australia, you have many options. The country has many world-class universities and a popular destination for study abroad studies. After a master program, you can do other masters as well. This may help you to get a solid grasp on the subject, I wouldn't recommend doing so. If you have already attained a degree, why not go further?

My suggestion will be these things considering your current qualifications -

  • PhD
  • PG Diploma
  • Applied Science
  • Philosophy

PhD and PG Diplomas are the best way to go here. Judging by your questions, I assume you are open to suggestions. In situations like these when you are  not 100% sure on what you want to do, a PhD or PG Diploma courses can be really good. These qualifications allow you to apply for broader job roles. Plus, there are  many positions  that specifically ask for these qualifications such a s research based job roles.

One another solid option is an MBA. Master in business administration degree is always worth it if you are eligible for it.  Many students spend years gathering work experience so that they can opt for an MBA in their respective field. If you got some work experience like 2-3 years, a n MBA in biomedical area or in a complementary subject can be really good.


The final decision comes down to your interests and career needs. Like if you are pursuing a research based career in biotechnology, then a PhD is better than rest options. On the other hand, an MBA is better for administrative and managerial job roles. Why don’t you try the FREE SCHOOL QUIZ hereto get the best options?


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