- Sep 2012
Hey all. I'm coming into my final year of undergraduate study and I'm now pursuing my post-graduate avenues. I've found a couple of suitable programs, including one internally fully funded place, which is a fantastic, but apparently temporary opportunity. However, I'm also seriously considering doing a year long intensive language course in Mongolia. My question, as naive as it might sound, is whether if I apply for an MA now and get rejected, then take a year out to brush up on languages, can I apply to the same MA program the following year? I'm guessing you can, but I'm not 100% sure. There's also the question of whether they would accept me the second time around, if they rejected me the first time, but I'd have a year of intensive language training in a relevant area afterwards, so I'm thinking that would do me a lot of good.