Attendance at one compulsory taught session on research methods, in any of the South-East, South Coast or East of England local areas, is required.
Dissertation (15,000 – 18,000 words)
You will be supported in researching and writing your dissertation in different ways:
- One-to-one support from a University supervisor
- Support in Critical Friendship groups through the VLE
In addition, you are invited to attend the postgraduate writing weekends. These well-established weekends are optional and provide you with a supportive space within which to think, discuss and write, making intensive use of University library facilities with tutor guidance and peer support.
Indicative dates for welcome and research methods study days (subject to confirmation):
Indicative dates for welcome and research methods study days
||Introduction/Research Session Date
|Medway at our Medway Campus
|South Coast (Southampton)
|East of England (Ipswich)
One academic year to complete research and submission date set for 24th August 2019.
Postgraduate conferences enable you to engage in discussion and share learning with other practitioner researchers; this includes conferences focusing specifically on research and writing along with a range of themes in education, learning and leadership.