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MPhil

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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MPhilMPhil, M.Phil. /ˌem ˈfɪl/ noun [countable] British English  SEC (Master of Philosophy) a university degree in a subject such as history, languages, or English literature, that you can get after your first degreePhD
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MPhilFor those seeking to complete only part of the programme an MPhil can be awarded for a shorter period of study.The period of study depends upon entry qualifications but for the MPhil a minimum of 12 months full-time study is required.The department offers Demonstratorships in many of the clinical disciplines which permit study for the MPhil degree.These degrees are generally of 21-24 months' duration by full-time study, 36 months full-time for the MPhil in Clinical Psychology.The most successful postgraduate course in terms of both applicants and admissions was the MPhil in Publishing Studies.
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