Part time Doctorate Program in Humanities and Social Sciences in Johannesburg in South Africa

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Humanities and Social Sciences

A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, is a doctorate awarded by a university to the academic who has met all necessary qualifications and can now be considered a doctor in his or her academic field.

A PhD in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences focuses on human thoughts and culture. It is an advanced level of education, often focusing on student teacher relationships, advanced research methods, and higher tier courses.

A country situated to the southern tip of Africa, South Africa, has a rich culture that you will never get enough of while touring or studying here. The languages here include Afrikaner and English as well as Dutch. The campus life of the vast South African University, University of Johannesburg or any other university will be mind blowing. You will love interacting with the Bantus here and the tropical climate of the region.

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PhD in Education

University of the Witwatersrand
Campus Part time 3 - 5  February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg

The PhD in Education is offered by the Wits School of Education, as a research degree. This highly innovative programme is designed to catapult you to academic leadership in your chosen area of study. [+]

Part time Doctorates in Humanities and Social Sciences in Johannesburg in South Africa. The PhD in Education is offered by the Wits School of Education, as a research degree. This highly innovative programme is designed to catapult you to academic leadership in your chosen area of study. Though the Thesis is the only examinable component of this programme, we provide support to ensure the success of your thesis through the following activities designed to support students in their studies, give students opportunities to interact with each other, receive critical feedback on their work from fellow students and academics beyond their supervisor, and provide forums for intellectual and emotional support in the research journey: Research degrees weekends: The School runs four weekends dedicated to research degrees students. Each student is encouraged to present on their research at least once a year, throughout the duration of their study. The presentations provide you with the opportunity to discuss your research in progress, listen to ideas and views from peers and other faculty who are not normally conversant with your work. Seminars and workshops: These provide a vibrant research training programme to help you sharpen your research skills and to provide you with the necessary academic support. Student reading groups: Students are encouraged to participate in these voluntary reading support groups which are designed to help you make sense of the various philosophical and theoretical perspectives in social sciences research. Benefits of the programme A prestigious qualification from one of the world’s best institutions of higher learning The ability to engage in academic debates locally and globally The ability to influence policy and decision making at various levels of government and other national and international fora Leadership skills development Research and Communication skills development A range of possible career pathways Curriculum Outline/Modules taught There are no taught modules for this PhD programme. The degree is offered with specialisation in various key areas, including: Curriculum, pedagogy and assessment Educational leadership and policy studies Science and Mathematics Education Languages and Literacy Education Higher Education Disciplinary studies in Education Inclusive Education Deaf Education Educational Technology Education and the labour market Rural Education Closing dates We have a rolling admissions policy on all PhDs. However we encourage enrolment up to September each year. [-]