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I still keep many of my university textbooks, which are all in English, in a box as I used to think that I might go back to school to get a master degree one day.

In Taiwan, getting a master degree has became a trend so some students even opt to delay graduation for one year in preparation for after graduate school exams.

With a master degree, candidates might land a job with a better salary.

However, many universities exploit this phenomenon by extensively setting up graduate schools in order to make money.

The so-called diploma mills also devalue the master degree in Taiwan.

For many graduate schools, enrollment quota are more than candidates.

People here who study at graduate school mainly not for knowledge, but for a good salary.

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I still keep many of my university textbooks, which are all in English, in a box, as I used to think that I might go back to school to get a master's degree one day.
In Taiwan, getting a master's degree has became a trend, so some students even opt to delay graduation for one year in preparation for after graduate -school exams.
With a master's degree, candidates might land a job with a better salary.
However, many universities exploit this phenomenon by extensively setting up graduate schools in order to make money.
I'm not sure about the word "extensively" here.
The so-called "diploma mills" also devalue the master's degrees in Taiwan.
For many graduate schools, the enrollment quota are moreis higher than candidates.
People here who study at graduate school mainlyover here mainly do so not for knowledge, but for a good salary.

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