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Hello there database specialists,

I have Bachelor degree and one part of study was database, where I learned about database design, SQL language... and I'm working with mysql, but I decided to be really specialized in this area, so I wanted to do MSc, but I can't find any in Netherlands or in Europe, where education is not that expensive like in USA.

So surfing around I see the oracle education. So the question is: Is there any experience on the oracle education? Did you have something that education? Or you know something beter?

Maybe would be good practice to get master oracle cetrificate like http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=41&p_exam_id=11gOCM

So I'm searching to become database specialist and I would like to have any suggestion....

Tnx, daka

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Unless you are really looking around for A Master's degree(Post Graduation) Don't go for MSc. just to get specialized in databases. For that as you have mentioned get certified from Oracle, I am sure that will give you a lot more exposure on the Database and you would be moreover a certified Specialist from Oracle. All the Best...!

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