Thanks. In fact I proposed to write an essay if they could give me a topic or question to write about but instead of receiving an answer to my question I was just informed that I was not successful. I have been away from the academia since 2007 so I do not have any written work that I can submit straight away.
Thank you for your reply. Yes but I do not know what to say. If you do not mind me asking how would you approach it.
I have submitted my academic transcript as it was required for admission and I have a 2:1 for my dissertation.
It is from a renowned, top 50 university in the world as well. I still do not understand why they would still want to see my actual work.
No. It did not say. Actually my application was declined because I was not able to provide the copy of my dissertation. I was requested to submit this after I made my initial application. The thing is my bachelor's degree was from more than 10 years ago and at that time we were using USB sticks and I no longer have the copy with me. I contacted the university of my bachelor's degree but they do not keep the copy on their system.
The reason why they needed it was to check my writing ability. So I also proposed to write an essay if they give me a question or topic to write about but I did not get a reply for that and I was just informed that my application was not successful.
Dear community, I am sorry if there is already answer to my question. I could not find it so I will ask.
I am trying to apply to Masters Degree in New Zealand and I have a undergraduate degree from UK.
Problem is that UK's undergraduate degree is 3 years but can we go directly to masters or do you need to do 4th-year of study in the form of Postgraduate Diploma or Honours before embarking on the Masters? Thank you so much.
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