Master of Philosophy (MPhil)


Overview

The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) is an internationally recognised research masters degree of the University.

Entry Requirements

A candidate for the MPhil is normally required to have achieved an overall H1 (80–100%) or H2A (75–79%) in a relevant degree or a qualification or combination of qualifications considered to be equivalent.

MPhil applicants are assessed using the minimum entry requirements outlined on the University's Graduate Research Degrees: Entry Requirements web page and the selection criteria outlined on Melbourne Law School's How to Apply web page. Applicants must also meet the University's English language requirements .

Degree Requirements

Preparation of a thesis of 40,000–50,000 words, under supervision, on a topic approved by Melbourne Law School.

Participation in the MLS Research Support Program in the first full research year.

Duration

Full-time – up to 2 years
Part-time – up to 4 years

Fees and Scholarships

Fees and scholarships for local, Indigenous and international students.

View fee and scholarship information

Fees and Scholarships
How to Apply to Melbounre Law School's  Graduate Research Degree program

How to Apply

Melbourne Law School aims to admit outstanding graduates from a wide variety of countries and to provide them with a world class experience in undertaking a graduate research degree. Each year applications significantly exceed places available – the selection process is therefore highly competitive.

Find out how to apply to Melbourne Law School

Enquire

To submit an enquiry regarding our Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Master of Philosophy (MPhil) programs, please click on the appropriate link below.

PhD Enquiry MPhil Enquiry