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The MRes Public International Law is a pre-doctoral training programme designed to provide a critical, research led approach to the study of aspects of public international law together with training in the key research skills appropriate for Doctoral level study. Alongside a suite of substantive modules offered in conjunction with the School’s LLM, the programme includes core modules in research design and qualitative and quantitative methods taken jointly with social science students from a range of disciplines across QMUL, Kings College London and Imperial College as part of the training offered by the ESRC funded London Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership.
The MRes Public International Law is an approved pathway for ESRC funding, enabling students to apply
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A first class (1:1) honours degree (preferred) or very high 2:1 honours degree in law.
In addition to the other mandatory supporting application documents, applicants must submit two letters of reference, at least one of which must be from an academic reference. A research proposal of between 2,000-3,000-words is also required. It should identify the question that you will attempt to answer through your research. You should also set out your research methodology (empirical, qualitative, library based etc,) and provide a bibliography of the works that you consulted in formulating your research question.
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