I currently completed a 9-month master's course at a UK university. Due to the academic intensity, I was not able to fulfill a passing grade for my course. However, the examiners allowed me to resit my exams next year, so if I can pass my failed units, I will still be able to pass the course and complete the degree requirements. As I am an international student, I will need to apply for a visa to come back and resit the exams, so currently, it is expected, but not guaranteed that I can complete my degree next year.
At the moment, I am thinking about applying for potential internships and Ph.D. programs. My question is how do I present my master's experience on my CV? The way I'm thinking is something like
2022-2023 [Course Name][University Name]
under the education section, without including the classification. Is this a reasonable option? Should I add another sentence to indicate the units I have completed, or add a note like
Coursework Completed: 2023, Degree Expected: 2024
to show I have not fully completed the degree requirement?
For the internship I am applying for, the eligibility says
Candidates may apply up to one year after the completion of a bachelor's, master's, or doctorate degree.
I do fulfill the bachelor's degree requirement (graduated in 2022 but slightly exceeded 12 months from now), but not sure if my master's experience could be presented in a way that doesn't hurt my application.
Thanks for the help!