Oxford’s MPhil Programme in International Relations has served as the launch pad for many successful academic careers in the field, with students undertaking doctoral work either in Oxford or elsewhere. Its graduates have also gone on to work at the top levels of government and international diplomacy, and in senior positions in international institutions, the non-profit sector, journalism.
First, I did the MPhil in Latin American studies. Most of the people I knew did degrees in regional studies or international relations. Whether or not you should do the MPhil in the UK, whether at Oxford or LSE, depends on what you want to do. I don't know too many Americans who did the MPhil in International Relations or regional studies who.
The MPhil in International Relations is a two-year (21-month) course which offers intellectually rigorous training in the recent history of world politics, theoretical approaches to the study of IR, and a plurality of research methods. The course equips students with the skills they require to undertake research and study at an advanced level and also to undertake many forms of professional.MPhil Politics (Political Theory) The MPhil in Politics (Political Theory) is an advanced two-year (twenty-one months) postgraduate degree, which provides training in research techniques and methodology suitable for those who later wish to embark upon doctoral research and enables students to acquire substantive knowledge in this sub-area of the discipline.Americans and Brits still make up the majority. Looking at admissions statistics from the 2004 St. Antony's College record, they had 386 applications, 206 admissions offers, and 132 accepted. St. Antony's is know for regional studies- Latin American, Russian, Middle East, etc. There are also a fair number who do the MPhil in International.
PROGRAMME. The Master of Philosophy in Law (MPhil) entails the writing of a supervised thesis of up to 30,000 words, as well as completing a course in legal research method.The MPhil is a three term full-time programme with a residence requirement for three terms from the date of admission. The submission deadline for the thesis is 1st August (or the preceding Friday, if 1 st August falls on a.Read More
The usual progression through the Oxford philosophy graduate programme is to take the BPhil or one of the specialist MSt courses and then to continue research on the DPhil, which is examined by a thesis of approximately 75,000 words. Students who progress from one of the specialist MSt courses must spend one year as a Probationary Research Student (“PRS”) before applying for full DPhil.Read More
The MPhil in Politics (Comparative Government) is an advanced two-year graduate degree which provides training in research techniques and methodology and enables you to acquire substantive knowledge in this sub-area of the discipline. It is also suitable if you wish to later embark upon doctoral research. The MPhil in Politics (Comparative Government) emphasises the research-led study of.Read More
MPhil in Socio-Legal Research. A one year research degree. The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Socio-Legal Research is a one-year research programme which requires students to write a 30,000-word dissertation on a topic falling within the field of Socio-Legal Studies. Students can either take this as a free-standing qualification or progress from the MPhil to the DPhil in Socio-Legal Studies.Read More
The MPhil programme follows the same elements over a two-year period.. where the complex relations of governments, scientific research bodies, health workers, and the pharmaceutical industry are discussed. Science and Practice: Instruments, Collections and Museums This course is based in the Museum of the History of Science and can be taken as a standalone option or as a complement to the.Read More
The MPhil in Russian and East European Studies is a two year programme for graduates who are interested in gaining a deeper knowledge and understanding of Russia and Eastern Europe through the study of the region across a range of disciplines. In the first year students will take 3 core courses on contemporary issues which will introduce them to the key issues and debates of the region. In the.Read More
Studying International Relations at Oxford Brookes will enable you to examine the critical issues of modern and contemporary times, from the changing nature of international co-operation and conflict, to human rights and the environment. Find a course Expand. Course Level. International Relations. BA (Hons) or BSc (Hons) Select a section. Key facts Overview How to apply Tuition fees Learning.Read More
MPhil Theology. The MPhil degree in the Faculty of Theology and Religion is a course designed to offer extensive postgraduate education in a specialist field of Theology for very able students. Candidates who are successful in the MPhil may be allowed to expand the MPhil thesis for a DPhil. The course is studied over 21 months full time, with assessment taking place in both years of the course.Read More
The facilities for English graduate students in Oxford are outstanding. In the Faculty building you will find useful computing resources, a graduate common room and an excellent discipline-specific library. In addition, students have access to all of Oxford's libraries, numbering over one hundred and including the world-famous collections of the Bodleian Library. As a graduate student, you.Read More
Oxford hosts annually the Oxford Graduate Medieval Conference and meetings of the student-run Oxford Medieval Society run throughout the year. The Faculty regularly hosts conferences at which our own students give papers or assist with the organization. Events in the next few years include conferences on literature after the Conquests of 1016 and 1066; on the important literary milieu of Syon.Read More