A Pre-Master’s course is made for international students who do not meet the direct entry for a Master’s degree, either because of their undergraduate grades, lack of career experience, or not merely meeting the required English Requirements for a Master’s program as it is often higher than that required for a Bachelor. Fresh graduates who have work experience less than 2 years can apply to be enrolled in one of the pre-master’s program, where they will be studying: academic research skills and English language, depending on their qualifications. Studying for those courses would account to their Master’s degree; however a pass grade with certain grades in each subject is required to go into the Master’s program.
A master's degree is an academic degree awarded for students who have undergone further studies in a specific subject or area. The Master’s program qualifies the student to undertake academic research in a specific subject and apply it with practical skills. A Master’s program involves studying theoretical and applied modules, solving-out real-life complex business issues and applying specific skills into research. The completion of a Master’s degree accounts to a certificate or a recognition by a specific higher-education recognized body in the country you were studying at.
A PhD is the highest academic degree awarded by universities in many countries; it often leads or qualifies its holder to pursue an academic teaching career. A PhD can always be pursued by people who wish to undertake a detailed research in a specific area. The PhD program is often completed by undertaking a research-based thesis or dissertation, where the student carries-out a backed-up research in the field specified. The list of PhD programs ranges from MD in Medicine to LLD in law), DSc of Science, DLitt in Arts, and DBA which is the Doctorate of Business Administration. Most PhD programs are completed from 3-5 years, depending on the program and the major. Many countries offer a variety of PhD programs undertaken in many fields.