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Australian universities commonly have coursework or research-based Master of Science courses for graduate students. 2 years full-time, with varying amounts of research involved. Master’s programs typically take one to three years to complete and the completion of a scientific thesis is often required. Admission to a master’s program is contingent upon holding a four-year university bachelor’s degree. In the province of Quebec, the Master of Science follows the same principles as in the rest of Canada.
There is one exception, however, regarding admission to a master’s program. Since Québécois students complete two to three years of college before entering university, they have the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree in three years instead of four. Commonly the Chilean universities have used “Magíster” for a master degree, but other than that is similar to the rest of South America. Like all EU member states, the Czech Republic and Slovakia follow the Bologna Process.
The Czech Republic and Slovakia are using two master’s degree systems. Both award a title of Mgr. The older system requires a 5-year program. Master programs are awarded in many sciences in the Egyptian Universities.
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Like all EU member states, Finland follows the Bologna Process. For the completion of both the bachelor and the master studies the student must accumulate a total of 300 ECTS credits, thus most Masters programs are two-year programs with 120 credits.