Manchester Methods Summer School
|Starts:||6 Jul 2015|
|Ends:||10 Jul 2015|
|What is it:||Conferences|
|How much:||£600 Students & UoM staff; £900 for all others
/ Limited subsidised places available for UoM students|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Current University students|
The third Manchester Methods Summer School will be held at the University of Manchester from July 6-10, 2015. The school will run for one week, and participants will select a single course for the duration of the school. Each course will deliver four days of content to a five-day timetable (Monday afternoon to Friday lunch-time), building on successful methods@manchester and CMIST short-courses given throughout the year.
What we offer:
The school offers a range of specialised courses covering a variety of topics that are particularly relevant to postgraduate and ECR research in humanities and social sciences. The selection includes software training, qualitative and quantitative analysis, area studies, and research design. The course content is based on approaches from across the various schools in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Manchester.
We also offer day time catering of the event, optional social outings during the summer school period, and advice on transport and accommodation if you are travelling to Manchester to attend a course.
Advanced methods for social network analysis (SNA)
Content Analysis for On-line Data
Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus
Integrated Mixed-Methods Research with substreams on QCA or Factor Analysis
Introduction to social network analysis (SNA) using UCINET and Netdraw
Constructing and validating measures using the Rasch Model
Researching public and voluntary sector organisations
Courses are offered at competitive rates with limited subsidised places for University of Manchester students, places are limited, so please book early to secure your place.
Price: £600 Students & UoM staff; £900 for all others
Concessions: Limited subsidised places available for UoM students
Travel and Contact Information
Humanities Bridgeford Street