MPhil. Oral Examinations
The student must take a two-hour comprehensive oral examination in three or four subject areas defined in consultation with the advisor and the DGS. Normally, one of these subject areas is outside the student’s country of specialization. The committee for the oral examination, which is put together by the advisor, consists of three or more faculty members. It is up to the student to consult carefully with the advisor and DGS in constructing an effective program and schedule. The oral examination is normally taken at the end of the third year (but no later than the end of the fourth year) of PhD study.
Please complete the following form and submit it to the Academic Coordinator, Amber Adams (email@example.com), via email no later than two weeks before your scheduled oral examination.
Before your oral examination, please make sure to complete the following four documents with your advisor, to be submitted to the Academic Coordinator, Amber Adams (firstname.lastname@example.org), via email. Please note that the first two forms MUST BE TYPED and will not be accepted otherwise. These forms should be brought to your oral examination already filled out. If you have any questions while filling out these forms, consult with the Academic Coordinator.