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2:2 from UK Uni, Masters in my future?

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This year 18/19 I will be graduating in December/January with a 2:2 in Physics from QUB in NI. I would absolutely love to have further research/academia in my future physics career. I would like some advice from a UK or ROI based masters students (preferably on the island of Ireland) or anyone with related knowledge on what would be a reasonable course of action to help me continue this goal. From what I can tell all Ireland based physics schools require a 2:1 in my degree to apply for masters courses. How common is this? Does this guarantee no admission? Does it just mean I will need to look to the UK for MSc courses that will accept me? Any advice or help would be appreciated.
 

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I've seen quite a few masters courses that only require a 2:2 to apply, I think they can sometimes be like this to allow people such as yourself who "underperformed" (for lack of a better word) to pursue a masters. If you look around you should find some :)
 

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