Part time Doctoral Degree in IT in Europe

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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.

There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.

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Doctor of Engineering - Information Technologies

Latvia University of Agriculture
Campus 3 years September 2017 Latvia Jelgava

The Doctoral programme is developed based on Law on Institutions of Higher Education and Law on Scientific Activity of the Republic of Latvia, Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No.1001 (27 December 2005) On the Procedure of and Criteria for Awarding of Doctoral Scientific Degree (Promotion) and programmes for recommendations of accredited experts. [+]

Top Part time Doctors of Philosophy in IT in Europe. The Doctoral programme is developed based on Law on Institutions of Higher Education and Law on Scientific Activity of the Republic of Latvia, Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No.1001 (27 December 2005) On the Procedure of and Criteria for Awarding of Doctoral Scientific Degree (Promotion) and programmes for recommendations of accredited experts. Aim The aim of Doctoral studies is to promote the development of information technology engineering and build a new generation of internationally highly qualified scientists in information technology engineering sub-sector, as well as to ensure the continuity of academic and scientific personnel at the Information Technology Faculty (the ITF). Assignments According to the programme, the main assignments for the doctoral students are as follows: - to solve scientific problems independently and competently; - to be competent in research methodology; - to gain extensive knowledge in the chosen field of science and bring their original contribution to its development; - to blend into a broader scientific context at national and international level with their own level of scientific research; - to be skilled both at working independently and in co-operation on a joint interdisciplinary scientific project development; - to gain teaching experience and skills to introduce their research findings to their national and international audience, and - to develop and defend the PhD thesis. Sub-disciplines The scientific sub-sectors of Information Technology Engineering Doctoral Studies at the ITF are: - Computer Control (study courses by two directions Computer Control of Technical - Systems and Computer Control of Biosystems); - Systems analysis, modeling and design (study course Systems Analysis); - e-Learning Technology and Management (study course e-Learning Technology). The volume of the studies is divided into the following: Theoretical Studies (20 CP): - special course at scientific sub-sector or sub-direction – 6 CP, - special course in research direction – 6 CP, - professional foreign language course – 4 CP, - research methodology in information technologies – 4 CP. Scientific Work (100 CP): - research, development and preparation of PhD thesis – 60 CP, - publishing results of the research – 20 CP (including course Preparation of Scientific Articles – 3 CP), and - presenting results at international scientific conferences – 20 CP. Scientific Work: - The scientific work by doctoral students is carried out independently under supervision of a scientific supervisor. The scientific supervisor follows the progress of scientific work and helps organising international co-operation, international training courses, and participation in conferences and performing in them. - The students during their scientific work may acquire courses which have not been included within the framework of the theoretical studies (in co-ordination with the scientific supervisor). - The students during their scientific work have an opportunity to collaborate with specialists or doctoral students from other faculties of LUA in development of joint interdisciplinary research. - The main results of scientific work are international publications and PhD thesis. [-]

Doctor of Philosophy

Amity University in London
Campus 3 - 3 years August 2017 United Kingdom London

In collaboration with the University of Bolton, Amity offers doctoral programmes for research in business management and information technology. [+]

In collaboration with the University of Bolton, Amity offers doctoral programmes for research in business management and information technology. As a doctoral student, you are expected to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in your chosen academic field. It is a challenging pursuit but a rewarding one, and succesful research serves to help the work of an international community of fellow researchers and professionals. Students undertake training in research methods, participate in research seminars and design and implement their own research to enable them to generate significant new knowledge. In applying for doctoral study, applicants are required to submit a detailed research proposal, setting out the general area of research, the intended contribution to the field of study, an indication of the research methods to be followed, and a full bibliography. Applications are accepted on the strength of the research proposal, as well as an applicant's motivation and prior academic attainment as the main factors leading to confidence in their chances of completion. The degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is awarded in recognition of independent research conducted within a supervised programme of study, completed within the allocated time and judged to constitute an original contribution to learning. The student must demonstrate the ability to relate the research results to the general body of knowledge of the subject. Assessment is based upon the final thesis and performance in a 'viva voce' oral examination. [-]