The MLitt and PhD degrees are research degrees, awarded on the basis of a research thesis. Thesis presentation is supported by a number of taught mandatory Graduate Education modules (GREPs).
Closing date: Research applications are generally accepted at any time
The MLitt degrees are awarded on the basis of a research thesis. To support the completion of the research thesis, all MLitt students are required to participate in a Graduate Education Programme (GREP). Students take a variety of taught and other modules to enhance their substantive knowledge and their professional development, in a programme of study that is designed to suit a student's individual needs. MLitt students are generally required to complete 25 credits of taught modules over Years 1 and 2. There may be exemptions for appropriate prior learning.
Researcher in academic, public sector, voluntary sector, or private sector organisation.
Advocate in academic, public sector, voluntary sector, or private sector organisation.
Policy making/formulation in public sector and voluntary sector organisation.