Other postgraduate programmes

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city
subject area
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university type - United Kingdom  
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Cheltenham, United Kingdom
subject area: teacher training and education science
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London, United Kingdom
subject area: teacher training and education science
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
subject area: teacher training and education science
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Manchester, United Kingdom
subject area: economy and administration
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Bristol, United Kingdom
subject area: economy and administration
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Sheffield, United Kingdom
subject area: journalism and information
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
subject area: arts
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
subject area: economy and administration
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
subject area: mathematics and statistics
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Southampton, United Kingdom
subject area: mathematics and statistics
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Canterbury, United Kingdom
subject area: mathematics and statistics
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
subject area: mathematics and statistics
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
subject area: teacher training and education science
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Oxford, United Kingdom
subject area: social
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Oxford, United Kingdom
subject area: social
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Bournemouth, United Kingdom
subject area: social
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London, United Kingdom
subject area: social
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London, United Kingdom
subject area: social
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London, United Kingdom
subject area: social
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Manchester, United Kingdom
subject area: social
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Chichester, United Kingdom
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Manchester, United Kingdom
subject area: medicine, health care
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Leicester, United Kingdom
subject area: medicine, health care
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Bradford, United Kingdom
subject area: social
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
A growing number of employers are conducting competence-based (also known as structured or situational) interviews. These have proved to be very effective in predicting future job performance and are more objective than unstructured interviews.
Study periods: Students can spend from 3 to 12 months studying at a university or college in another country.
Traineeships: Alternatively, you can do a traineeship in a workplace abroad lasting from 2 to 12 months.
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