The following remarks are intended to help those applying for a place to study for the Ph D, as well as those applying for a place on one of the Faculty’s MPhil courses.
They are also intended to help with subsequent applications to funding bodies.
You need to set out your research questions as clearly as possible, explain problems that you want to explore and say why it is important to do so.
In other words, think about how to situate your project in the context of your discipline.
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