MRes in Historical Research. The MRes in Historical Research is a taught and research-based programme, focusing on historical methodologies, approaches to history and research practices. Available full- or part-time, the MRes combines seminar courses with a 30,000-word dissertation on a subject of the student's choosing.
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Whereas an MA, for example, will usually require a dissertation of 15-20,000 words, an equivalent MRes project will be around 35,000 or more. The academic scope of your research may also be more demanding, and although you won’t be judged by PhD standards, you may be expected to be closer to this level than an equivalent MA or MSc dissertation.
MRes Dissertation (CW 100%) Supplementary Assessment: Like-for-like reassessment (where allowed by programme regulations) Requisites: Description: Aims: To support students, within an active research community, identify a feasible research question, relate it to relevant literature and develop a cogent and coherent argument that addresses the.