So I need some help to decide. I had a talk with my local university (presential learning). They offered me two options. A postgraduate diploma in international fiscal law of 60 ECTS that takes two years to complete ( they teach 30 ECTS a year). An advanced bachelor diploma in business management with purchase and operations management as a specialization. This one is worth 60 ECTS too and takes 1 year to complete. They wave 120 ECTS and condense the programme to 60 ECTS for those who already have a degree. I don't know which one of the two would be more beneficial for me in the long run. I was under the impression that a postgraduate diploma doesn't mean as much. That it's just another feather in your cap and that it doesn't carry the prestige of a master degree. But I could be wrong. The bachelor in business management that can be completed in 1 year is a very interesting offer. I do not have a bachelor yet. I do have my ENEB master and my associate degree in law. Based on this which would be more suitable for me to get the most out of my further career and get the most job opportunities? A postgraduate here leads to a certificate and a bachelor (advanced) leads to a real degree. The postgraduate certificate would prepare me in world wide fiscal law matters. The bachelor diploma would prepare me for global and sustainable entrepreneurship. I'm losing my mind because both sound so attractive but I can't be at 2 places in the same time so need to choose. Monday I have to share my decision with them.