Thanks everybody who helped me from this forum, I have finished my masters degree in Plymouth Uni.
and got Merit level. So happy about that THX！
Now I came back to China and found a job in Beijing. But I will try to apply uni. in New zealand or australia. hope I can go back to school again.
Most employers wouldn't have a clue about MSc classifications. I expect for PhDs it's looked on slightly more favourably than just a pass.
Depends on the institution and discipline. Many people in my area don't have MScs and those that do don't usually have distinctions.
I don't think employers really understand the pass rates they will just prob see the Masters degree, unless of course you are applying in an education setting then they might know. As for scholarship I think it depends where and to whom you are applying to. If you already know the supervisor and are at the uni you are applying to you can get on with a merit, there are people with scholarships at my uni who applied for phD before knowing their grades and then got merit but still kept the scholarship, although most have distinction It might be harder at the best unis or if you are applying somehwere that doesn;t know of you work. But it's a great chievement non-the-less :)
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