|Course type||Masters of Research|
|Duration||Minimum one year, maximum two years|
|Entry Requirements||Bachelor's degree with lower second class Honours or higher, or recognised equivalent|
|IELTS||6.5 or higher with minimum 6.5 for writing and speaking and no other band less than 6.0 (academic module)|
|For general information contact Graduate Research Office|
Whether you want to work in academic, scientific or public research, take your advanced project skills into industry, the public sector, the creative industries or beyond, or would like to take up the chance to conduct your own unique research in your chosen field, a research degree provides you with the training and supervision to achieve your goals. Many Master of Research candidates choose to continue with their research in order to obtain a PhD.