Before you start, it’s very useful to choose your preferred (or your educator’s recommended) dictionary. Using the UK English dictionary, I experienced some interesting grammar gremlins that caused me some confusion, but I came up with the following which may prove useful for you:
UK English Dictionary
- When referring to a specific degree you would capitalise Master e.g. She holds a Master of Philosophy in Management Coaching OR she is a Master of Philosophy.
- However, when referencing a general master’s degree – there is no capitalisation and an apostrophe is used.
- As far as I can see, in UK English, there is no use of the letter “z” except in the case of “cognizant”.
This is just the start, I will keep adding to this list as I find more interesting stuff.