Master of Studies

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The Master of Studies (rendered M.St. or MSt) is a postgraduate degree at the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, the Australian National University, University of Dublin and the University of Newcastle.wikipedia
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Master of Arts

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Depending on the degree, it is comparable to the Master of Arts, Master of Business Administration, Master of Laws, Master of Philosophy, and Master of Science.
The Master of Laws (LLM) is the standard degree taught for law, but certain courses may lead to MA, MLitt, Master of Studies (MSt), and the Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) at Oxford.

Master of Arts (Oxford, Cambridge, and Dublin)

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Its creation was necessitated, in part, by the fact that the Master of Arts degree at Oxford, Cambridge, and Dublin is essentially an honorary degree automatically awarded to graduates after a certain period of time, a remnant of modes of instruction used during the Middle Ages.
All three universities have other masters' (i.e. postgraduate) degrees that require further study and examination, but these have other titles, such as Master of Letters (M.Litt.), Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.), Master of Studies (M.St.), Master of Engineering (M.A.I., or MEng), and Master of Science (M.Sc.).

British degree abbreviations

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The ancient universities of Scotland award an undergraduate MA (see Scottish MA) instead of a BA. For students to obtain a master's degree consistent with the framework in these ancient English universities, they have created the MSt (Master of Studies) to address this anomaly and differentiate between the degrees, both master's.

Master of Studies in Law

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The degree has several variants, including a Master of Studies in Law degree (at Northeastern University School of Law, The University of Iowa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the University of Pittsburgh, the University of Toronto, and the University of Western Ontario), for example, or a Master in the Study of Law (at Ohio State), or a Master in Law (at the University of Pennsylvania Law School).

Master of Philosophy

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Depending on the degree, it is comparable to the Master of Arts, Master of Business Administration, Master of Laws, Master of Philosophy, and Master of Science.
The MPhil requires a lengthy thesis and more examinations than a one-year master's degree (such as the MSc or MSt).

Master's degree in Europe

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(MSc, MA, LL.M., MLitt, MSSc, MSt, MEnt etc.)

University of Oxford

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The Master of Studies (rendered M.St. or MSt) is a postgraduate degree at the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, the Australian National University, University of Dublin and the University of Newcastle.

University of Cambridge

Cambridge UniversityCambridgeUniversity
The Master of Studies (rendered M.St. or MSt) is a postgraduate degree at the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, the Australian National University, University of Dublin and the University of Newcastle.

Australian National University

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The Master of Studies (rendered M.St. or MSt) is a postgraduate degree at the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, the Australian National University, University of Dublin and the University of Newcastle.

University of Dublin

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The Master of Studies (rendered M.St. or MSt) is a postgraduate degree at the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, the Australian National University, University of Dublin and the University of Newcastle.

University of Newcastle (Australia)

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The Master of Studies (rendered M.St. or MSt) is a postgraduate degree at the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, the Australian National University, University of Dublin and the University of Newcastle.

Master of Business Administration

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Depending on the degree, it is comparable to the Master of Arts, Master of Business Administration, Master of Laws, Master of Philosophy, and Master of Science.

Master of Laws

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Depending on the degree, it is comparable to the Master of Arts, Master of Business Administration, Master of Laws, Master of Philosophy, and Master of Science.

Master of Science

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Depending on the degree, it is comparable to the Master of Arts, Master of Business Administration, Master of Laws, Master of Philosophy, and Master of Science.

Thesis

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In contrast, the Master of Studies requires completion of classroom study and a thesis.

James Ross (conductor)

James Ross
Ross studied at Harrow School, and later at Christ Church, Oxford from where he received an MA in Modern History (1993), an MSt in Music (1994), and a DPhil in French opera (1998) awarded the Donald Tovey Prize.

Jane Draycott

She is Senior Course Tutor on Oxford University's MSt in Creative Writing and teaches English and Creative Writing at the University of Lancaster.

A. E. Stallings

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Stallings was born and raised in Decatur, Georgia and studied classics at the University of Georgia (A.B., 1990) and the University of Oxford (MSt in Latin Literature, 1991, Lady Margaret Hall).

Reid Hoffman

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He went on to earn an M.St. in Philosophy from Wolfson College, Oxford University in 1993 as a Marshall Scholar.

Faculty of History, University of Cambridge

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At postgraduate level, the faculty offers three types of degrees: Master of Philosophy (MPhil), Master of Studies (MSt), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).

Guðni Th. Jóhannesson

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In 1999, he completed an MSt degree in history from St Antony's College, at the University of Oxford.

William Whyte (historian)

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Whyte then completed a Master of Studies (MSt) degree in 1998, and a Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) degree at the University of Oxford; his doctorate was awarded in 2002 for his thesis entitled "Oxford Jackson: architecture, education, status and style, 1835–1924".

Heath Tarbert

Tarbert later obtained a Master of Studies and a Doctor of Philosophy in comparative law from Oxford University in 2005, where he was a Thouron Scholar.

Gerard Mannion

He received his B.A. from King’s College, Cambridge, followed by a Master of Studies (M.St.) and a D.Phil. from New College, Oxford.