Master's degree non-Euroamerican
This page refers to Master's degrees outside of Europe and North America. For more information, please see Master's degrees.
In Brazil Master's degree (mestrado) is one to two years of full-time graduate-level studies. Often serves as additional qualification for those seeking a differential on the job market, or for those who want to pursue a PhD. It corresponds to the European (Bologna Process) 2nd Cycle or the North American Master's.
Hong Kong 
MArch, MLA, MUD, MA, MSc, MSocSc, MSW, MEng, LLM 
Hong Kong requires one or two years of full-time coursework to achieve a master's degree.
For part-time study, two or three years of study are normally required to achieve a postgraduate degree.
- MA - Master of Arts
- MCA - Master of Computer Applications
- MCM - Master of Computer Management
- ME - Master of Engineering
- M.Phil. - Master of Philosophy
- MSc - Master of Science
- MSc IT - Master of Science in Information Technology
- M.Tech - Master of Technology
- M.Stat - Master of Statistics
- LL.M. - Master of Laws
MA, MSc, MBA 
Post-graduate studies in Israel require the completion of a bachelor's degree and is dependent upon this title's grades. There exists also a direct track to a doctorate degree for graduate students, which lasts four to five years. Taking this route, the students must prepare a preliminary research paper during their first year, they then have to pass an exam after which they are automatically awarded a Master's degree.
This is relatively new degree, given by private colleges.
In Taiwan, bachelor degrees are about four years (with honors) and there is an entrance examination required for people who want to study in Master and PhD degrees. The course offered for Master and PhD normally is research-based.
The most Foreign Friendly Programs in Taipei, Taiwan are at
1) National Taiwan University College of Management- Global MBA (MBAs in Finance, Accounting, Managemenet, International Business and Information Management)
2) National ChengChi University - IMBA
Programs are entirely in English and Tuition fee cost less than would be paid in North America. As little as US$5000 for and MBA.
As an incentive to increase the number of foreign students, the government of Taiwan and universities have made extra efforts to provide a range of quality scholarships available These are university specific scholarships ranging from Tuition waivers, up to NT$20,000 per month. The government offers the Taiwan Scholarship ranging from 20,000-30,00 per month for 2 years. (US$18,000 - US$24,000 for a 2 year program)