Health And Welfare Studies MPhil/PhD
2019/20 New Entrants, Full Time
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The School of Health and Social Care provides opportunities for research to MPhil and PhD level or MPhil with transfer to PhD. The route to your degree will give you a unique intellectual challenge and an opportunity to work on a project in-depth under expert supervision, exploring your topic and producing a thesis from your research in preparing for your viva in which you will defend your thesis.
- MPhil involves development of research skills and an extension of existing knowledge (up to 40,000 words)
- PhD requires in-depth investigation of a topic and an original contribution to existing knowledge (up to 80,000 words)
As part of your research development you may also complete a short course (the Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methods) that builds up your knowledge and skills concerning the nature and practicalities of academic research.
To be considered for a PhD programme, students must typically have both undergraduate and Masters degree qualifications.
As an expert in your field our graduates go on to a range of careers, depending on your area of study. Many choose to continue in academia.
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