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  Accounting and Finance MPhil/PhD


University of Greenwich    Business School

Full time & Part time September, January MPhil, Research Only 1.5-4 years full-time 2.5-7 years part-time
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About the course

Our higher research degree (MPhil/PhD) allows you to undertake rigorous and critical exploration of a specific area in accounting or finance under the guidance of an expert supervisor.

Our MPhil/PhD programme involves producing a substantial piece of original work in your chosen field. Unlike taught courses, this degree emphasises independent research and an original contribution to knowledge. You will attend courses in your first year to develop the advanced research skills necessary to obtain a PhD and to facilitate the gathering, analysing and presenting quantitative and qualitative data for your specific work.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants should have:

A taught Master's degree, with a minimum average of 60% in all areas of assessment (e.g. Merit or above), in a generic subject area relevant to the subject matter of the proposed research project, and/or a First Class or Second Class, First Division (Upper Second Class) Honours degree in a subject area relevant to the proposed research project.

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