The MPhil in Economic Research is the foundation year for the PhD programme and involves a thorough study of the core areas of economics and the requirement to explore one area in detail in order to begin the process of choosing a PhD research topic.
The MPhil in Economic and Social History is an 11-months program that provides an extremely thorough training in statistical and social science methodology; two substantive papers in economic and social history; and a dissertation based on original research. Students for the MPhil come from all around the world and from many disciplinary backgrounds in the humanities and social sciences, and.
We currently offer fifteen modules, or 'papers' in our MPhil Programme. Out of the four full papers you are required to choose for the MPhil, two must be core papers from the list below. You will choose the other two papers from the remaining core papers or from the list of optional papers and half papers (two half papers make up one full paper).The Faculty offers eight MPhil courses, which last between nine months and a year. The MPhils have taught elements but are also research degree in their own right, and many students use them as pathways towards doctoral research. MPhil in American History; MPhil in Early Modern History; MPhil in Economic and Social History; MPhil in Medieval History.This MPhil pathway is designed to give students a basic understanding of major themes and debates in political and economic sociology. There are eight core lectures that students are expected to attend during Michaelmas term.
Oxford MPhil. yr 1: Micro, Macro, Econometrics. yr 2: five option courses, You will take at least one advanced course and at least one field course. Thesis: 30,000 words with original research. It can be incorporated into a DPhil thesis, if you continue with your studies. Places: 64 Applicants: 499 (most recent year) Cambridge. Five compulsory.
The SPS Library holds a range of MPhil Theses and a small collection of PhD Theses (unfortunately we do not hold any Undergraduate theses for Sociology, only Land Economy - if you require access to previous years' Undergrad theses for Sociology, please contact the departmental administrators).
An MPhil by research thesis (no taught courses) lasts for a year and involves doing an original piece of research. We would not normally admit more than 2-3 MPhil applicants per year and these applicants are usually from countries which operate shorter degree courses than in the UK.
Admission via a standard research MPhil One route to gain admission to Cambridge Judge Business School's PhD programme is via one of the School's research MPhil programmes. You will need to take a particular MPhil and specific modules within the programme in order to be eligible to continue to the PhD programme on your desired pathway.
The MPhil in Modern and Contemporary Literature is a nine-month course that runs from October to June. This exciting MPhil explores the rich array of literature in English from 1830 to the present, and encourages students to pay particular attention to the relationship of literary texts and their historical and intellectual contexts.
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MPhil students are required to submit three essays and a dissertation. Each of them must be on a topic approved by the Degree Committee that falls within one of the specified subject areas. You are encouraged to explore a range of different topics, balancing them so that they are both relevant to your interests and also span the subject of History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine.
Introduction. The MPhil is a two year programme designed to provide a comprehensive training in economics at the graduate level. The two year format provides training in graduate level Economics comparable to the first two years of the PhD programme in the best US universities.
MPhil in Sociology The MPhil in Sociology (course code HUSCM2) offers a world-class programme of postgraduate study. The course provides high-quality students, who already have a degree in a social science, with an in-depth knowledge of the key dimensions of sociology.
The MPhil in Economic Research is the first year of a four-year route to a PhD and runs from mid-September to the end of July. The MPhil in Economic Research is the foundation year for the PhD programme and involves a thorough study of the core areas of economics and the requirement to explore one area in detail in order to begin the process of choosing a PhD research topic.
History and philosophy of science and medicine is a large research area spanning centuries, cultures and sciences. Some students come with a specific list of topics and work on them through the year; others adjust or change their plans.