Master of Philosophy
Why study the Master of Philosophy at UNE?
The University of New England is committed to maintaining its strong research culture, underpinned by high research training standards. The Master of Philosophy Rules provide the framework for one of the University's AQF Level 9 awards. They provide the rigorous processes that are essential for the maintenance of academic quality and integrity in the University's operations, and that reflect the University's values of providing a formative, respectful, inclusive, flexible and innovative environment for the delivery of high quality research training for its students.
Eligible Australian and New Zealand students who meet the criteria for entry to this course will not incur fees and will be funded under the Australian Government's Research Training Program (RTP) for the normal duration of the course. International Students incur tuition fees.
Research pathway which may lead directly into Doctoral programs.
1.5 or 2 Years Full-time
Up to 4 years Part-time
2020 STUDY OPTIONS
Research Period 1, Online
Research Period 1, On Campus
Research Period 2, Online
Research Period 2, On Campus
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All students apply directly to Research Services at UNE using Research Services admission form(s)For more information, click here
All applicants must meet the requirements for all Higher Degrees by Research as stated in the English Language Requirements Higher than the University Minimum Requirements Annex to the University's English Language Requirements for Admission Rule.
1. Admission to candidature in the degree of Master of Philosophy (Mphil) may be approved by the Committee only when the Head of School has:
(a) certified that the necessary facilities and appropriate support for the applicant undertaking the proposed MPhil program are available; and
(b) nominated an appropriate Principal Supervisor and Co-supervisor(s) in accordance with Rule 4.
2. The Committee may, on the recommendation of the relevant Head of School, admit to candidature into the course for the degree of Master of Philosophy (MPhil) an applicant who:
(a) has a degree of Bachelor with at least second class honurs (AQF Level 8) or equivalent in an appropriate field of study; or
(b) has a degree at AQF Level 7 or equivalent and has adequate relevant preparation since graduation. Adequate relevant preparation may be gained by an approved academic course, professional training, during an occupation or through peer reviewed publications; and
(c) has completed and had approved by the Committee a MPhil research proposal.
Please contact Research Services on (02) 6773 3715 or for online information go to AskUNE
The Master of Philosophy course aims are to provide a program of independent, supervised research for high calibre graduates that make an advanced contribution to scholarship and mastery of a scientific field of knowledge.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
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How to Apply
All students apply directly to Research Services at UNE using Research Services admission form(s)