Top PHD - Doctor of Philosophy

Introduction

Doctor of Philosophy or PhD is a postgraduate academic degree awarded by universities. The academic level known as a PhD or Doctorate of Philosophy varies from country to country. Graduate with a Doctorate of philosophy 's degree is automatically awarded the academic title of doctor. Subjects of a PHD can be philosophy but also theology, law, medicine and in some countries liberal arts as well. Students are usually required to hold a Master's Degree with high academic standing to be considered for a PhD program but often universities admit applicants to these programs on a case-by-case basis. Boys and girls interested becoming men and women with a career as teacher or lecturer tipically decide to start these paths since professors are increasingly being required to have a PhD. The duration of the PhD or Doctor of Philosophy is generally of three academic years but there are programs lasting up to five years.

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The Professional Doctorate in Health Sciences provides the opportunity to produce doctoral level practice-based research based upon your professional expertise and the work of your organisation.

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University of Westminster | ST - Faculty of Science and Technology
  • Full time
  • 4 Years
  • Not declared
  • Departing  London - United Kingdom  - Sep 14, 2018
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This programme is designed for graduates who want an advanced professional qualification that will provide a launch pad for a career in the public sector, nonprofit sector or international policy community. For full details, please see the programme web pages: * [Public Policy](http://www.aog.ed.ac.uk/education/master_of_public_policy)

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University of Edinburgh | Social & Political Science
  • Full time
  • YES
  • Not declared
  • Departing  City of Edinburgh - United Kingdom  - Sep 10, 2018
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