Post-graduate courses, the army. Which way up?

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Hello. at the moment I am a student of 4th year IT major. I kept asking for about a few months what to do next. Give good advice, as your advice will decide which way to fall on the scale. SO, I am a 4th year, I have several options of further developments on my study.


1. The easiest to Complete 5 courses, and get out of the army.(in this case, I do not have to think, just continue to float on the waves of the ocean), just want to note that I don't really want to go into the army, and protricity there for a year going nowhere.(I mean in terms of a career in IT)

2. 5 courses to graduate and go to graduate school. Do not argue, the problem with the army is likely to be resolved, but I'm more of an applied person and not scientific, it will be difficult to write a PhD thesis, although I'm not a fool, so she was out of my control. Just want to mention that in graduate school will be only one free place that I will not be able to take in 9 cases out of 10.(but I'm willing to study for a fee)

3. To transfer after 4th year in the system bachelor-master, that is to obtain a bachelor's degree in the 4th year, and then to receive the diploma of the master on 6. and then to go on to graduate school. There are pluses and minuses(which I do), the downside is that I now have to write a diploma that I studied for the technician fee and will receive a bachelor's degree, the cost per year of which less than half of the diploma.) also minus the fact that I actually lose a year(6 courses).

since graduate school I will go anyway at first. But the teacher says that if you take a course of the bachelor-master-postgraduate studies, it is easier than specialty-post-graduate studies, albeit longer.

From pluses it is possible to say that the master is free, and you can get him a chance to about 7-8 out of 10.

So do I get a master's degree.(but I do not know, whether plus or minus is, tell me)

Give me a good advice. maybe someone he met this problem, maybe just someone who knows prompt what to do.

Also I want to know what makes IT career fellowship\\, the army? does any master's degree with priority over the specialist's degree(in Russia)? Can be fellowship\\, the army won't give?
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master's degree-post-graduate-the army — all the same a waste of time, unless, of course, not going then "to teach programming" in school. If you want to work — buy off the army and work.
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If You want to work — go to graduate school + arranged in parallel in any IT firm part-time. For about a year of this life You, nothing is lost, appreciate what You like and or in the same rhythm make it to the protection of dissertations, or spit on the graduate school, pay off the army and go to work.
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Personally, I moved to America — and to graduate school is not necessary, and in the army.
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If we do not want neither there nor here — get married. Can start to work, earn experience and money.
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A diploma is in principle not necessary at all, you need the desire.
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But I think a particular advantage is the presence of certificates, such as: Zend, Oracle, Microsoft, or something like that.
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The army will give you many life skills. If you are going to settle in the state structure, military ID will not be superfluous. The only year missing. See for yourself, so at least learn the arms to hold and shoot it. Extra at least will not be exact.
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Don't know, maybe you'll like the approach, which was used once my classmates. Its essence lies in two words — to hide from the military. When you graduate and when ahead, you will have a diploma, you are safely on this score. We have a diploma issued in the Dean's office in exchange for what you sign and take the summons. However, not taking this agenda, you are not responsible for failure to appear. Therefore, your diploma remains at the University for a long time, or even forever.
Cons:
— dumb when the police stops
— no certificate of employment
not to make the foreign passport
Pros:
— no need to go into the army
— you can work as a freelancer and other kind of "schlock"
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ARMY
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Calmly go into the army nothing wrong there.
P. S. He served.
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