Created by:   University of London, SOAS University of London

  • Dr J. Simon Rofe, SOAS, University of London

    Taught by:    Dr J. Simon Rofe, SOAS, University of London, Senior Lecturer in Diplomacy and International Studies, Global Diplomacy Programme Director, Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy,

    SOAS, University of London

  • Dr Yenn Lee

    Taught by:    Dr Yenn Lee, Doctoral Training Advisor

    SOAS, University of London

Commitment10-15 hours
Language
English, Subtitles: Spanish, Arabic, Persian, Tagalog
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
User Ratings
4.3 stars
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Coursework
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University of London
The University of London is a federal University which includes 17 world leading Colleges. Our International Programmes were founded in 1858 and have enriched the lives of thousands of students, delivering high quality University of London degrees wherever our students are across the globe. Our alumni include 7 Nobel Prize winners. Today, we are a global leader in distance and flexible study, offering degree programmes to over 50,000 students in over 180 countries. To find out more about studying for one of our degrees where you are, search for 'London International'.
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Ratings and Reviews
Rated 4.3 out of 5 of 487 ratings

Great

It is a very good introductory course on research methods. It has deepened my understanding of research methods. It has helped me to understand the role of literature review and research design. I also like its unique way of doing this course. Instead of lengthy lecturing, the course presents a few videos interviewing different researchers, having them talk about a certain topic. I've heard different views on the same topic, each of which makes a point. It has definitely helped me to look at the same issue from different perspectives.

My experience... I was awesome to know what Research is all about and what basic elements of Research are.

NICE EXPERIeNCE