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The MA by Research is a one-year full time course of postgraduate study. Students taking this degree work on a specific project with expert supervision from a member of the Huddersfield History team. This project is written up as a dissertation of 25,000 words and submitted at the end of the year. Please see below for the MA by Research topics offered for supervision by Huddersfield historians.
MA by Research students also take part in a weekly Graduate Seminar which provides a structured environment for postgraduate study as well as an opportunity for research students to get to know each other, and share ideas and findings. The Graduate Seminar aims to explore various ways of approaching and categorizing research; for example, organizing concepts like gender,
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The normal entry requirements for enrolment on a MA by Research is an Honours degree (2:1 or above) or an equivalent professional qualification.
Please see our website for the full entry requirements.
FT £4,525 p/a
PT £2,300 p/a
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“I progressed onto my Master’s by Research with funding from the Heritage Consortium, after doing my undergraduate course at Huddersfield. The History postgraduate community is friendly and welcoming, encouraging academic professionalism to develop
in a supportive environment. The weekly Graduate Seminars allow for the flow of different ideas and experiences which we can call on for our own research. One of my highlights was a heritage study trip to Budapest where I presented my research to staff and students at Central European University – a nerve-racking but beneficial experience.”.
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