I am currently working in the IT field. I am planning to do MS in the UK in September 2023 intake. Can you help with information about scholarships, IELTS score requirements, universities etc.?

Asked by Vaishnavi Peneti almost 2 years ago

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Muthanna Qudimat

Muthanna Qudimat

Microsoft Student Ambassador | A BCA Undergrad Student

MS degrees from the UK are basically one-year long. They offer fast-paced courses that directly begin on your specialization. The UK has some of the best universities worldwide. You can target a ton of courses there. Information technology (IT) programs are very common in pouplarcountris like the UK. I’m sure you have already heard of some of the best universities there that have IT courses.


For IELTS score requirement, your focus should be around 7.0 bands. Considering you want to get into a good school, you have to get a good score. IELTS 6.0 bands is the minimum score you need. Below that, it's no good. Scholarships on the other hand is a completely different thing. You can only apply for a scholarship after you receive an admission letter. Try constructing a solid profile so you can get big scholarships.


As I mentioned, the UK is home to many world-class universities. For related courses in IT and computers, I suggest you to look for these universities:


London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
University College London (UCL)
King’s College London
The University of Manchester
The University of Edinburgh

LSE and UCL are one of the best universities not just in the UK but worldwide. They have multiple courses for information technology. The other three are also top quality universities.  They are ranked  under top #10 UK universities, you can definitely apply to them with no regrets. 


If you still have any confusion, I suggest you directly get in touch with Study Abroad Experts here. They will analyze your profile and will help you with all the information as well as assist you in the complete application process. I am sure it will clear all your queries 

Having an expert opinion is smart and I highly recommend it.

 


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