1 Admission into MID-Master of International Development 1a Admission into MAID-Master of Arts (International Development) 1b Admission into MAIR-Master of Arts (International Relations) Must Satisfy: ((1 or 1a or 1b))
GPA of 5
Core topic in Master of International Development
Supervised research on an approved subject relating to international development, leading to the writing of a research paper of around 9,000 words. The research paper should provide evidence of the student's ability to collect and evaluate information; construct, test and defend an argument; and critically examine theories and empirical trends in the area of academic enquiry. The supervisor of the research paper will not be an examiner.
This topic aims to:
Provide an opportunity for MID students to engage in supervised academic and professional analysis of issues and problems in international development
inform students about the state of the academic literature and international practice with respect to a select range of issues
encourage advanced-level academic argument
further develop students' skills in academic research, bibliographic analysis and professional writing
Expected learning outcomes
On successful completion of this topic students should be able to:
Engage in advanced-level academic and professional analysis of issues and problems in international development
Be informed about the state of the academic literature and political practice with respect to a select range of issues
Demonstrate research skills in an area of academic study in which they have an interest
Apply effective and independent study skills
Apply developed skills in academic research, bibliographic analysis and professional writing
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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