Master’s degree admission
We can help you gain entry to a master’s degree at a top university
Learn how to apply for entry into a master’s degree at one of our university partners.
Is master’s degree admission right for me?
You should apply for master’s degree admission if you:
Want to explore your master’s degree options?
Where can I apply for master’s degree admission?
If you qualify, you can start your master’s degree by applying for degree admission.
Choosing a degree is a big decision. You want to be sure you’ve made the right choice, and so do we. You’ll get help finding the degree that’s best for your career goals and budget.
By knowing your academic qualifications, we can also counsel you on which degree options can increase your chance of admission. With expert advice, your decision will be easier to make.
US master’s degree admission
In the USA, you can apply through Kaplan to a choice of 240+ master’s degrees across two universities.
Canadian master’s degree admission
You can choose to study a master’s degree at a leading university in Canada’s renowned higher education system.
A forward-thinking university in stunning British Columbia.
Still have questions? Here’s some help…
Does “degree admission” mean I do not need to take a preparation course?
Yes, if your English language level and academic background meet the entry requirements for your chosen master’s degree, then you will not need to take any degree preparation courses prior to starting your degree.
Why apply for master’s degree admission with Kaplan?
When you apply with Kaplan, we’ll support you every step of the way, from checking your application and personal statement, to ensuring you don’t miss key deadlines, right through to helping you prepare for arrival in the USA or Canada.
What if I don’t meet the requirements for master’s degree admission?
If you do not yet meet the entry requirements for your preferred master’s, you may first need to take a degree preparation course. There are several degree preparation options available, depending on your academic background and English language level.