Master of Research (Public Sociology)
An MRes can give you a competitive edge in the researcher job market and can also be a valuable stepping-stone towards a PhD. In this course you’ll gain advanced research skills, develop your own research project and earn an internationally recognised research qualification.
This course is also ideal if you want to expand your research knowledge as part of your continuing professional development (CPD). You can study for the MRes full or part time. While this course is delivered entirely online, some of the optional electives are available on-campus for those students based in the UK. International students will only be able to select from online electives as we are unable to sponsor students on a Student visa for this course.
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The delivery of this course is subject to the terms and conditions set out in our 2023/24 Entry - Terms and Conditions (Postgraduate).
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