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Welcome to the FindAMasters weekly newsletter,

If youre currently considering a Masters, theres a good chance youre coming to the end of an undergraduate degree. You might have finished recently. Or you might be getting ready for your final exams (in which case: good luck!).

Either way, you might also feel like a break. Should you take one?

This week were asking whether it might be worth putting the gap year on hold ("") and going straight into a Masters.

2017 has already been an interesting year for students, with new postgraduate finance options ("") and the ongoing implications ("") of the Brexit process.

But could it also be a great year to start your Masters? In this weeks blog Lydia Chantler-Hicks suggests some reasons for taking that next step (""), now.

Editors Picks,

What to expect from a Masters ("")
Will it be that much harder? Will you still have a social life? How much (more) work will actually be required?

Preparing for postgraduate study as an undergraduate ("")
Moving straight to a Masters may seem tough, but, as a current student, you could be well placed to make that transition.

Avoiding fake degrees - some words of advice ("")
Youre ready to take the plunge, but are you certain the course youre interested in is worth it (and genuine)? Thankfully, there are some easy ways to check.