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would a 2 years master be more beneficail in IT labour market than 1 year master?

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Old 07-07-2012, 05:50 AM
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would a 2 years master be more beneficail in IT labour market than 1 year master?

I have apply for two master course. One is a package including 1 year graduate diploma and a 1 year master, while the other one is a 2 years master course.
I wonder whether or not the 2 years course would be more beneficial for my future career.

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