If you are undertaking an MPhil or a PhD, you will probably be expected to provide a programme report on your progress and, usually, you will need to write this after one year’s study, if not more regularly. Students on EdD or professional — probably educational — doctorates are expected to provide a series of progress reports, culminating in a long report at the point of transfer to the second stage of the EdD, the writing of the actual final thesis. MA students tend to deliver oral reports on their progress.
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