Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
The PhD is intellectually demanding, advisor to develop the student’s ability to conduct research in a specialized field of education; student has the capacity to conduct research independently self-directed academic research, supported by a team of supervisors that makes an original contribution to knowledge written up in a thesis. Research degrees are the highest level of degree usually awarded by Universities. Successful completion of a PhD or professional doctorate allows the holder to title themselves “doctor.
Why choose this course?
- A PhD is the creation of new knowledge.
- Developing new ideas and improving understanding through the creation of new knowledge.
- University provide opportunities to help research students develop ability to share their research.
- A PhD degree prepares students for academic careers, to join research organisations.
- PhD recipients are able to engage in thought experiments, reason about problems, and solve problems in sophisticated ways.
- PhD offers to students to study a wide range of philosophical topics.
- Might be involved in teaching, perhaps giving seminars or supervising.
- A preferably master’s degree transcript and certificate
- An Honours degree transcript and certificate (at least first class or upper second class honours)
- Personal Statements
- Curriculum vitae
- Two academic references, preferably from your most recent degree
- Job Reference (2-3 Years managerial or professional experience)
- Submit a detailed research proposal of approximately 1,500 -2,000 words.
- Other Documents
Duration: 18-36 months full-time, 30-48 months part-time