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New Zealand Government approves shorter Master’s degree courses from 2013

The New Zealand Government has announced that New Zealand degree-awarding institutions will be able to provide 180-credit Master’s degrees from 2013. 

This will allow students to complete the necessary credits typically between 12 to 18 months, instead of in two years as at present. Please visit this link to read the full announcement.

New Zealand’s international education portal carries full information on New Zealand’s world class education courses and institutions, and will continue to carry information on Master’s degree and other programmes from 2013.
 

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