Research with our Faculty is dynamic and always evolving; inspiring the active mind and providing new tools and ways of thinking that lead to innovation. Our research spans all areas of human endeavour and its successes are the result of the unflagging curiosity and energy of our researchers and students.
Candidates for the Master of Philosophy engage in research in the Faculty either full-time for not less than one year or part-time for not less than two years. The degree is awarded for a thesis considered to make an original contribution to the subject concerned. Candidates deemed, at the annual review, to have achieved outstanding performance may be recommended for an upgrade to PhD.