The DPhil in History is an advanced research degree, awarded on the basis of successful completion of an individual research thesis and an oral examination. If studying full-time, you are expected to submit your thesis three, or at most four, years from the date of admission. If studying part-time, you are expected to submit your thesis six, or at most eight, years from the date of admission. You will be expected to attend and to contribute to the wide range of research seminars, conferences and workshops organised by the division and faculty.
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It was founded in by William of Waynflete. Within its grounds are a deer park and Addison's Walk. The College succeeded a university hall called Magdalen Hall, founded by Waynflete in , and from which the college drew most of its earliest scholars. The name was revived for a second Magdalen Hall, established in the college's grounds around , which in the 19th century was moved to Catte Street and became Hertford College. Waynflete was assisted by a large bequest from Sir John Fastolf , who wished to fund a religious college. Magdalen College took over the site of St John the Baptist Hospital, alongside the Cherwell , initially using the hospital's buildings until new construction was completed between — In when the Founder's Statutes were written, the foundation consisted of a President, 40 fellows, 30 demies , four chaplain priests, eight clerks, 16 choristers, and appointed to the Grammar School, a Master and an usher.
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Prof Andrew Pollard, director of the Oxford Vaccine Group, has backed the government's approach of giving more people a single dose of the vaccine than prioritising fewer people for a double jab. He was questioned by MPs about the lack of data for delaying a second dose of the Pfizer vaccine, which had a dose interval of three weeks in its clinical trials. It requires a couple of months more patience.
The new mid-stage trial will determine whether the vaccine is effective on people between the ages of 6 and 17, according to an emailed statement from the university. Around volunteers will be enrolled and first inoculations are expected this month, Oxford said. AstraZeneca has a target to produce 3 billion doses this year and aims to produce over million doses per month by April. There are currently active cases of COVID in the region, with cases in Greater Sudbury, seven cases in the Sudbury district, and one case in the Manitoulin district. The health unit also indicated that one new case has screened positive for variants of concern.