This article was written by Tiffany Hildre, a second year BBA student at BI.
It seems like every job advert I see has ‘Master degree’ listed under ‘Must-have essentials’. Sure enough, a master degree gives you two years to specialise, develop your skills, learn how to work in a team and – perhaps most importantly – time to figure out what you want to do with your life. Yet that’s also two years without working experience, unless you’re an expert multitasker. It’s also a big commitment. So if you decide to take a master’s, where do you begin in figuring out which one is for you?
Join me on my journey as I try to answer exactly that.