We have projects to which you can apply but you are also welcome to propose your own research project.
At the MSc Research (MbR) (MA) at University of Leeds you will develop a mixture of high-level subject-specific and generic skills,by undertaking an original piece of research .These include:
Within physical geography it is usual to apply for a particular topic, while in human geography it is more usual to propose your own topic. However, we welcome topic proposals in both sides of the discipline. We will consider any topic provided it can be supervised by our staff.
For more information please visit the programme website.
You can apply until:
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Entry requirements for these prestigious degrees are higher than for taught masters programmes.
You will need at least a UK 2.i honours degree or equivalent. English language requirements are also higher than for taught masters or PhD degrees. You will need to hold one of the following:
Note that, for part-time students who combine their studies with paid employment, their employment should normally be related to the research project they are undertaking.
Check the programme website for information about funding options.
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