Besides the opportunity to wear a graduation cap and gown whilst you are presented with your certificate from the University Vice Chancellor, what will a masters degree actually do for you and your career? Will it bring you a step closer to getting that promotion, new job or higher income?
Here are five ways an online masters degree could improve your career prospects and boost your confidence in a competitive job market.
The average age of an online masters student at Roehampton Online is 38. Students like Fiona Roffey from Trinidad have wholeheartedly embraced the value of online learning and are already seeing the benefits in their day-to-day lives.
“I consider my classmates from across the globe friends – people I can count on for good advice. I enjoy their open and frank willingness to share their experiences from a global perspective. It is an honour to learn with them every day and it is my hope that we can meet in person!”
MSc in Strategic Human Resource Management student