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Top Online Masters in Professional Studies 2019 in Europe

Master’s degrees are scholastic programs that are available in person, online, or through distance learning programs from many institutions of higher learning. Earning this advanced degree may allow students to gain greater understanding and increased work experience in their field of interest.

The term “professional studies” is used to refer to academic programs that are designed to provide as much preparation as possible for the workplace. Students may learn about a specific industry or general professional concepts, as well as important career skills.

Master's Degree Online in Professional Studies in Europe

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Master's degree in health and medical translation

Jaume I University (Universitat Jaume I)
Online Full-time Part-time 1 year September 2019 Spain Castellón de la Plana + 1 more

The market for health and medical translation is constantly growing and now represents a very significant portion of the scientific and technical translation. Publishers, pharmaceutical companies, international organizations, hospitals and other medical organizations and health sector, face a wide range of needs interlingual and intercultural communication quality.

Master in Intelligence

INISEG Instituto Internacional de Estudios en Seguridad Global
Online Full-time Part-time 9 months September 2019 Spain Madrid Zamora + 2 more

The official master's degree in Intelligence is an official degree of II livello (second level) of the Pegasus University of Italy, which gives access to the doctorate due to its adaptation and reception to the Bologna plan and the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). With this master's degree, the student can choose a mention in Economic Intelligence or in Security and Defense, depending on the elective subjects that he chooses.

Master's Degree Programme in Digital Health

Savonia University of Applied Sciences
Online Part-time 2 - 3 years August 2019 Finland Kuopio Ekenäs + 1 more

Digitalisation challenges social and health care activities as well as the way of thinking. A new approach to social and healthcare services means that the client/patient receives all information about him or her and is equally involved in the decision-making about his or her own care.