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Negotiated Studies

Course Description

It is now possible to study for a Master of Research (MRes) by Negotiated Studies at Harper Adams. The individual programme and title are negotiated with the MRes Award Manager to achieve specific aims and outcomes. Modules can be taken from any taught Masters (Level 7) or Honours (Level 6) modules at Harper Adams as long as they add to a coherent programme to achieve the agreed aims and outcomes.

You can study two short research projects (60 credits each) or one long research project (120 credits), supervised by any member of Harper Adams academic staff with appropriate research background. Research projects can be conducted in the workplace and can be co-supervised by industry experts.

The MRes includes a Personal Development Programme to develop employability skills, devised in conjunction with the Personal Development Planning Adviser.

Visit the Negotiated Studies page on the Harper Adams University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Minimum entrance requirement 2:1 Honours degree (2:2 Honours degree with appropriate research experience may be acceptable).International students: View Website

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