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MPhil Handbook 2016/2017
MPhil marking scheme
The MPhil degree has a new marking scheme which came into effect from 1 October 2010. The mark ranges are as follows:
- Distinction - 100-75
- Pass - 74-60
- Fail - 59-0
The MPhil degree is split into two parts, each accounting for 50 per cent of the final mark:
- three pieces of work (Essays, Exercises and Language Papers, in various possible combinations), and
- a thesis.
Both parts must be passed for the Degree to be awarded, except that a marginal fail in Part (i) may be compensated by a high mark in the thesis. In order to awarded a distinction the candidate must achieve a mark of 75 or above for their thesis and achieve a distinction in Part (i).
Download the MPhil assessment criteria, marking and classing document.
Language learning for graduate students
There are manyprovided by the University's Language Centre.
Training for supervisors
The Faculty places great value on the training and formation of future tertiary-level teachers. We run a series of seminars, taught by senior members of the Faculty, which are designed to equip graduate students in a variety of teaching skills, including supervising and lecturing.
All graduate students who wish to be added to the Faculty’s lists of approved supervisors must attend the seminar on supervising and the University PPD section’s. Graduate students will also be given the opportunity to present an undergraduate-level lecture and receive peer feedback on it.