1. Bachelor's Degrees: These are undergraduate degrees typically awarded upon completion of a three to four-year program of study. Bachelor's degrees are offered across various disciplines such as arts, science, business, engineering, and more.

  2. Master's Degrees: Master's degrees are graduate-level qualifications that require completion of additional study beyond the bachelor's level. They are available in fields such as business administration, engineering, education, humanities, social sciences, and more. Common types of master's degrees include Master of Science (M.Sc), Master of Arts (M.A), Master of Business Administration (MBA), and Master of Engineering (M.Eng).

  3. Doctoral Degrees (Ph.D.): Doctoral degrees are the highest level of academic achievement and involve advanced research in a specialized area of study. Ph.D. programs typically require several years of independent research culminating in a dissertation. They are available in fields such as engineering, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, and more.

  4. Professional Degrees: These are specialized degrees designed to prepare students for specific professions or careers. Examples include the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) for medical doctors, Bachelor of Laws (LLB) for lawyers, and various engineering degrees for engineers.

  5. Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas: Diplomas and advanced diplomas are shorter programs of study compared to bachelor's degrees and are typically more focused on practical skills and vocational training. They are available in areas such as business, hospitality, information technology, healthcare, and more.

  6. Postgraduate Diplomas and Certificates: Postgraduate diplomas and certificates are advanced qualifications that provide specialized knowledge and skills in a specific field. They are shorter in duration compared to master's degrees and are often pursued by professionals looking to enhance their expertise in a particular area.

  7. Foundation Studies: Foundation studies programs are designed to prepare students for entry into undergraduate programs by providing foundational knowledge and skills in academic subjects such as mathematics, English, and science.