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MPhil in International Relations and Politics

Courses and Timetable

The provisional list of courses for MPhil Students in 2019/20 can be found here.

In addition to the optional courses, students will undertake mandatory Statistics and Research Methods courses in the Michaelmas and Lent terms. 

Postgraduate Student Resources

Please consult the following pages for information about -

Applying for Ethical Approval

Applying for Leave to Work Away

Risk Assessments and Fieldwork 

Examination Allowances

Examination Review Procedure

Disability Support

Examination Data Retention Policy 

The Examination Data Retention Policy is available here.

Plagiarism Guidelines

All students will information about plagiarism in the Handbook, which is given out on Induction Day. You will be required to submit a coversheet with each assessed piece of work attesting to its originality. The plagiarism guidelines can also be found here.

Moodle

Current students can find more information about the course via the Moodle Site. This closed network site is used to make specific course guides and other documents available to the students. Current MPhil students can log on to it using their Raven password, and will see the ‘MPhil International Relations and Politics’ site. If you have problems accessing the site, please contact the Graduate Secretary, amc242@cam.ac.uk.

Code of Practice

It is essential that students review the Code of Practice at the start of their study so a signature page has been introduced to the booklet to help encourage this. We will not be checking on students or their supervisor that this has been completed, but please note that if you do not sign the booklet this does not mean that you will not be held against it. The Code of Practice will be distributed in student's induction packs, but can also be found online here.

Academic Staff Office Hours

These office hours apply in term. If you wish to see a member of staff outside of term it is advisable to check first whether they are keeping regular office hours. If you are unable to make office hours during term time, please contact lecturers via email to make an alternative appointment.

This list applies to the Course Leaders on the MPhil; for a more comprehensive list please see the table at the bottom of this page  . 

AcademicOffice Hours
Appointment by email (Michaelmas Term only)
Tuesdays 11.00am-12.00pm (Lent/Easter Term only)
Appointment by email
Dr Glen Rangwala (Politics of the Middle East)
Wednesdays 11.05-12.05pm
Mondays 10.00-12.00pm, or by appointment
Appointment by email
Appointment by email
Wednesdays 2.00pm-3.00pm (Lent/Easter Term only)
Professor Brendan Simms (Geopolitics 1600-1871)
Appointment by email
Professor Marc Weller (International Constitutional Law)
Appointment by email
Dr Sharath Srinivasan (Politics of Africa)
4-5pm Wednesdays
Dr Pieter van Houten (States, Regimes, and Parties)
Tuesdays 10.30am-12.00pm or appointment by email
Dr Chris Bickerton (States, Regimes, and Parties) Tuesdays 11.00-12.00pm