Masters by Research

Last modified by laza on 2013/07/02 16:22

The Master's degree by research is under the supervision of an experienced member of academic staff or a supervisory panel. A panel is made up of graduate staff and experts from either within or outside the University. The minimum duration of studies is 2 years full-time and 3 years part-time.


The academic progress of research student is evaluated twice a year through progress reports. The degree is examined through the presentation of a thesis and a viva voce examination. A student who has satisfied the Graduate Studies Committee in all aspects of their work is eligible for the award of Master's degree.


Master Degree

  • A recognised Bachelor's degree with a CGPA of 2.75, or equivalent from an approved university in an area relevant to the candidate's area of research or study.
  • A recognized Bachelor’s degree with a CGPA of 2.5 with relevant working and professional experience.
  • Other equivalent qualifications as set by the Faculty and approved by UNIMAS Senate.

English Proficiency

For international students, a minimum IELTS Score of 6.0 or its equivalent (eg. TOEFL-525; TOEFL Computer Test -196; TOEFL Internet Test 69-70) is required.

Duration of Study

The normal duration of study for a Master's degree (by research) is two (2) years full-time or four (4) years part-time.

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