I wanted to step back and reflect on the wider picture of the global economy, examining who the winners and the losers are, and as clichéd as it may sound, think about what a “fairer” global economy might look like
DPhil in International Relations
The DPhil in International Relations is a full-time, three year programme of doctoral study which is intended for students who would like to undertake detailed research in preparation for an academic career. If you are admitted to this degree, you will conduct your own research under the guidance of a University supervisor. You must be prepared to work on your own a good deal, and will need considerable personal motivation. You are required to have a good general knowledge of the field within which your research falls and of the methods appropriate to the study of this field.
You will be required to develop your research training skills in your first year attend via attendance at a series of courses and seminars. You can find more information about the first year under the Probationer Research Student heading below. In addition to the Department's graduate programme, you will find a very wide variety of seminars, lectures and workshops taking place all over the University, which touch upon all aspects of the discipline. You are expected to present your work at least once at an appropriate research seminar.
See here for information about Probationer Research Student Status.
Recent Successful DPhil Theses in International Relations
A full list of IR theses may be found here.