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Master's Degree in Middle East Studies in London in United Kingdom

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The Middle East has been marked by conflict and change. Courses in Middle East studies allow students to better understand the political, economic, historical and cultural experiences of the countries that make up this region.

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Research Degrees (MPhil/PhD) in Near and Middle Eastern Studies

SOAS University of London
Campus Full-time Part-time 3 years September 2019 United Kingdom London Singapore + 2 more

All students register in year 1 of the programme as MPhil students. The upgrade from MPhil to PhD takes place at the end of the first academic session for full-time students (or at the end of the second academic session for part-time students). All new MPhil/PhD students are provided with a supervisory committee of three members, comprising a main or primary supervisor, and a second and third supervisor. The split in time commitment across the supervisory committee is 60:25:15. In the first year, students are expected to meet their main supervisor on a bi-weekly basis for a period of at least one hour.