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MLitt. Research (Economics)


Maynooth University Department of Economics

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Overview

The MLitt Programme extends over a minimum of two years. In the first year (commencing September) students must register full-time and follow the programme of the MA in Economics or the MA in Finance. Once the MA Programme is successfully completed at honours level, the student develops a course of study which combines taught courses, reading courses and research under the guidance of his/her supervisory committee. At the end of the second year the student must present his/her thesis. Should the quality of the thesis meet the PhD standard, a grade of at least 60% in the programme, the student will be invited to continue in the PhD programme.

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In the first year (commencing September) students must register full-time and follow the programme of the MA in Economics or

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Entry to the programme normally requires students to have obtained at least a 2.I in Economics or Finance in their primary degree. However, the Department will also consider applications from students that have obtained at least a 2.I in a postgraduate Higher Diploma programme specializing in Economics or Finance. Applicants must have a recognised primary degree which is considered equivalent to Irish university primary degree level.


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