- Research master's degree for psychology or disability studies graduates
- One to two years full time or two to four years part-time
- Opportunity to transfer to PhD programme after one year
The Master of Letters (MLitt) is a research degree for psychology graduates who are considering pursuing a PhD in clinical psychology, disability and rehabilitation, cognitive and behavioural neuroscience or social and developmental psychology. It takes one to two years full-time to complete (or two to four years part-time). You undertake a single research study and write it up as a masters thesis. You may then apply to transfer to a PHd programme or graduate with a terminal MLitt degree award.