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MSc Social Research Methods Programme Content

The MSc Social Research Methods consists of

All students on the MSc programme have a personal academic adviser. The academic advisers' role is to give advice, monitor progress, help sort out any problems that may crop up and to be available in the future to provide references etc. The adviser is normally the staff member who shares the student's academic department. Students should expect to meet with their tutors a minimum of three times per term - in week 1, week 5 or 6 and in week 9 or 10. Students are invited to take the initiative in setting up the meetings. The MSc Programme director sees all the students at the beginning of the year and acts as a quasi-adviser for all students.