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Teaching staff at De Montfort University Leicester have earned 20 National Teaching Fellowships in recognition of their high standards. Students are regarded as co-creators in learning and teaching and the institution continues to develop curricula that respond to student needs and employer expectations.
DMU aims to facilitate the dynamic co-creation of learning opportunities and development of academic disciplines, enhance curriculum design and delivery to challenge, inspire and engage. Students can access its university-wide mentoring and peer mentoring scheme, which embeds employability and enterprise throughout students’ courses of study.
Master’s degrees take one year to study full-time, or two years part-time. Students will be provided with research methods training, then undertake a research project under the supervision of a member of staff. At the end of the project, a short thesis and an oral examination will be required.
Those who choose to study for an MPhil or PhD will be assigned supervisors who are experts in the relevant field of research. The MPhil degree normally takes between one and two years when studying full-time, or three to four years studying part time. For PhD students, the process takes at least three to four years for full-time students, or between four and six years for part-time study.