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Thread: Masters without honours

07-Oct-17, 20:46
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Of course, for older students returning to education, non-honours degree courses were once offered by some institutions, so a non-honours degree need not denote failure at the final year in England.

Thread: Issues with dissertation supervision.

07-Oct-17, 20:39
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While it may be true that a basic pass at Mater's level may not affect your chances of getting on to some PhD programmes, I think some of the better Unis do expect passes at the merit level. In addition, if you are applying for funded PhD, then I would say that you would need at least a very high merit to stand any chance, and in most cases, they expect a distinction.

I think you have a case fort lodging an appeal on procedure grounds, but do check with the regulations in the degree handbook. Good luck with whatever you choose to do.
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