Welcome to the Institute of Cetacean Research The Institute of Cetacean Research ICR was established with the purpose of contributing to the proper management and utilization of marine fisheries resources through survey research centering on whales and the international situation surrounding cetaceans and other marine mammals. Whale surveys and research conducted by our Institute Learn here about ICR research activities and objectives, whale research plans and achievements. What kind of research has ICR done until now? Inform yourself about previous and ongoing whale research and findings.
The information below includes details on how and when to apply for our research programmes. Apply now Finding a supervisor As a prospective PhD, MSc Resor MSt Res student, you will apply to work with an individual supervisor or supervisory team within a School or instituteand not a specific programme of study.
It is therefore important that you look at staff research interests within the University and ensure that your project matches an existing area of research. If you are unable to identify a possible supervisor, please contact the School directly, who will be happy to advise you of the most appropriate academic for your chosen research area.
Applicants applying for the MFA, MRes or MPhil programmes are not required to contact a possible supervisor before making an application. Entry requirements Admission to research study within the Faculties of Arts and Divinity is normally on the basis of a good Masters degree which must be related to your area of research.
Research applicants within the Faculty of Science require a good first degree with Honours at 2. English language requirements Applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of English proficiency.
This should include your personal details with a history of your education and employment to date. A research proposal — see School-specific details below. A sample of academic written work in English — see School-specific details below.
Two original signed academic references. Academic transcripts and degree certificates. Please only send certified copies with official English translations if applicable.
Do not send original documents as they cannot be returned. English language requirements certificate. Department of Film Studies: Please also provide a brief statement of purpose or personal statement.
Written work sample All applications submitted to the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Divinity should include a 2,word sample of written work in English, with exceptions for: Applicants to the School of English should submit a 3, to 5,word critical essay.
This can be an extract from a previous project or essay, or part of your dissertation. Applicants to the Department of Philosophy may provide a sample of written work between 2, to 4, words in length. Applicants to the School of Classics should provide a sample of written work between 2, to 5, words in length; this should be written in English.
Applicants who cannot provide a sample such as this should contact the appropriate School directly for further guidance. Students applying to the Faculty of Science are not expected to submit a sample of their written work. References Two referees must be supplied per application.
You the applicant will supply your referees' details.
This will include their: The online application system will automatically generate an email to the referees. We will automatically contact your named referees only when you have submitted your final application. On submission of your application, you will receive notification that we have contacted your referees requesting a reference; we will require one from each referee.
Your referee will be emailed a link to a web form to complete a reference online or to upload a document. You and your School will receive a notification when each referee has successfully uploaded a reference. Referees who do not provide a reference within two weeks of the first request will be automatically emailed once more.
Beyond this, it is your responsibility to ensure that your referees provide references. Important dates and deadlines For the majority of Schools, there is no deadline on applying for research.
However, the following Schools have specific deadlines each year: School of International Relations — applications to be considered for scholarship funding must be received by Friday 14 December The deadline for all postgraduate research applications is Monday 14 January The application portal will open on Monday 1 October The Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools is the recognized regional accrediting body in the eleven U.S.
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Paper Prospectus Format. 1. Topic This is not a bibliographic essay or literature review (see #4 below): rather, it should describe the area of research in which you will work. 2. Research Question. Outline.
An outline of each of the main segments of the paper; you may use bullets, or paragraphs may stand in the place of something more. Before applying to study for a research programme at the University, ensure that you can meet all the entry requirements.
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