My experience during the Master's programme in Analytic Philosophy was excellent. When I was enrolled, I had mainly a law background and only a very superficial knowledge of philosophy. For this reason, I had to take some "background courses" in general philosophy, which were definitely my starting point to learn the analytical way of doing philosophy. After that, I did the master's in a year and a half, and my life changed. I think it's really a hard master's because it changes the way you understand and solve problems by showing you how to find the key points of an argument and different tools to think about it. I will definitely recommend it, especially if you are, like me, a lawyer looking for a deep understanding of social reality.