Full-time: 36 months; Part-time: 60 months
What are the requirements to study for a PhD?
To enrol for a PhD, students must have a first or upper second class Honours degree and a postgraduate Masters degree, preferably with at least 60 credits of Research Methods courses.
The School of Education offers PhD supervision in the following areas:
- Professional Learning and Teacher Education
- Communities and Partnerships (including Counselling and Psychotheraphy)
- Pedagogy and Innovation
Visit our staff pages to identify potential supervisors in each area.
PLEASE NOTE: Only applications submitted through the online system will be considered.
A PhD is gained through the submission of a thesis and its viva voce examination
The maximum length of a PhD thesis is 100,000 words
The thesis must normally be written in English
Students are supported through their studies by a team of at least two supervisors with relevant experience
Guidelines for what the Research Proposal should consist of can be found here.
For researcher development information click here
If you are a student from overseas you may want to visit this website
Please apply for the PhD programme by clicking here