Today those who are preparing to attend a post-graduate course of study is faced with the choice between university and non-university Master. For navigation is good to know that the former are subject to the law and are an integral part of the university system.
While the latter are provided by private training institutions that define the characteristics themselves. The Master’s degrees also are accessible only after obtaining the Bachelor or Master degree and, as a result of university reform, were divided into two specific categories: Master of first and second level.
You gain access to them as a result of a three-year degree, but to get access to those 2nd level you have to have a degree. The four-year degrees obtained before the reform, however, allow you to have access to both types. It should be remembered that the Master Level 1 are characterized by a multidisciplinary approach, which addresses a wide range of topics that may provide collaborations with other programs and be articulated in addresses, while the Master level 2 are aimed at maximum specialization. In both cases, however, no period of compulsory internship. Finally, the Master has a duration of at least one year and allocates at least 60 credits.
The non-university Master, however, are organized by private or public entities are not subject to the same constraints as university and are designed to provide participants with an advanced vocational training. Since there are no specific rules, this category includes courses that differ in cost and duration.
They are often the same companies to offer Master of Interior, financed and promoted for research and training of qualified personnel to join its staff. The degree awarded is not legally binding, however, and the recipients are mostly graduates or undergraduates as these courses require the possession of a solid foundation about the scope to which it relates.
But in some cases can also be accessed with an appropriate professional curriculum that can be considered a sufficient requirement, assuming that the required preparation has been achieved in the field.