MRes Film & Screen Media
MRes: MASTER IN RESEARCH (FILM AND SCREEN MEDIA)
The MRes in Film and Screen Media is a one-year, stand-alone graduate degree based on coursework and training, and a major research project. The degree provides the opportunity for students to develop a deeper understanding of the subject by engaging in a sustained research project, while acquiring skills that will serve them in their career development or in continuing with their fourth-level studies.
The MRes offers training in project management, research skills, digital and editing skills, or qualitative data analysis, and at the same time provides greater flexibility precisely because the taught components are reduced (with respect to a taught Master’s) and because the student will work, under supervision, on an extended project based on his or her individual research interest. For these reasons, this degree will appeal to a wide range of students, including those who might already be employed or who are engaged in life-long learning.
The core modules provide a common base of research, generic and technical skills that will aid students in their research projects, while the other two modules (Dissertation; Research Journal and Dissertation Presentation) constitute a strong subject-based pathway that will ensure a grounding in the student’s discipline. The research project will be intensive and the topic and structure will be determined early in the academic year (i.e. in the first half of Teaching Period 1). MRes students will graduate with a portfolio of skills designed to increase their employability, skills that would not normally be available to them in other one-year taught Master’s programmes, or in two-year MPhil programmes which are based primarily on a research dissertation and involve little or no coursework.
To be considered for registration as an MRes candidate, an applicant will normally have a primary degree at Second Honours level, Grade I or the equivalent.
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Quercus Taught Masters Academic Scholarship
University College Cork is pleased to announce the Quercus Taught Masters Academic Scholarships, awarded to top-performing Postgraduate applicants to Masters courses across the University.
Applications for the Scholarship are now being sought, and open to candidates who have (or are expecting) a minimum 1H Undergraduate honours bachelor degree (or equivalent result in a NFQ Level 8), or a 1H Postgraduate degree (or equivalent result in a NFQ Level 9).
Applicants must also demonstrate an exceptional level of academic excellence and commitment to their Masters course of choice, along with meeting the course entry requirements.
The Quercus Taught Masters Scholarship is a 50% contribution towards Postgraduate fees for the duration of the Postgraduate course.
The closing date for applications is 1st June 2018.
Further details of the Scholarship (including details on the number of Scholarships, applicable courses, terms and conditions, and application form) are available at: https://www.ucc.ie/en/quercus/about/postgrad/