Part time Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology in Europe

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The PhD can vary depending on the institution and country in which it is awarded. Most scholars pursue a PhD because of strong motivation to contribute to the academic community as well as true curiosity about their chosen field of study. 

 

A Psychology PhD is required if you want to open your own private practice. In most cases, you will need this level of degree if you want to teach and conduct research at a university level.

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Ph.D. Program in Basic Psychology

University of Minho - School of Psychology
Campus 3 years October 2017 Portugal Braga

The Ph.D. Program in Basic Psychology at the University of Minho focuses on the study of the basic mechanisms of behavior and cognition. The program’s strengths rest on the distinguished history of the School of Psychology of the University of Minho and, in particular, of its Basic Psychology Department. This is the only department in the country exclusively dedicated to the investigation and teaching of fundamental psychological processes. [+]

Top Part time PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe. The Ph.D. Program in Basic Psychology at the University of Minho focuses on the study of the basic mechanisms of behavior and cognition. The program’s strengths rest on the distinguished history of the School of Psychology of the University of Minho and, in particular, of its Basic Psychology Department. This is the only department in the country exclusively dedicated to the investigation and teaching of fundamental psychological processes. The Ph.D. Program is designed for applicants with a strong interest in research and with a solid training in the scientific bases of Psychology and/or related areas, such as Biology, Computer Science, Engineering, Statistics, and Mathematics. The early student immersion in the research activities of cutting-edge laboratories, and individually tailored course requirements are the two distinctive features of the Ph.D. Program. Research activities are mainly carried out throughout the 6 semesters in the four laboratories that support the program: the Human Cognition Laboratory, the Animal Learning and Behavior Laboratory, the Neuropsychophysiology Laboratory and the Laboratory of Visualization and Perception. Courses, conferences, and meetings are held in English. [-]

PhD program in Applied Psychology

University of Minho - School of Psychology
Campus 3 years October 2017 Portugal Braga

Throughout the 6 semesters, students will be engaged in a program that promotes the development of: 1. skills of research methodology and of qualitative and quantitative data analysis, and 2. advanced knowledge and skills in specific scientific domains in Psychology: clinical, educational, and justice / forensics. [+]

The PhD program in Applied Psychology aims to promote advanced training in applied psychology through research, contributing to the advancement of knowledge, and the training of researchers and professionals with high scientific skills. This purpose is embodied in a training focused on the acquisition of research skills in applied context, in the development of in-depth knowledge in the specific domains of candidate’s projects, and in the stimulation of the acquisition of teaching and supervision skills of applied research practices. Throughout the 6 semesters, students will be engaged in a program that promotes the development of: 1. skills of research methodology and of qualitative and quantitative data analysis, and 2. advanced knowledge and skills in specific scientific domains in Psychology: clinical, educational, and justice / forensics. All students are integrated into research units according to their research topic, and their individual research projects are developed in research teams. [-]

PhD in Psychology

Koc University - Istanbul Turkey
Campus September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

To obtain a Ph.D., students with an undergraduate degree will complete at least 14 courses (max. 6 years), while those with a Master’s degree will complete at least 7 courses (max. 4 years [+]

PhD in Psychology

 

To obtain a Ph.D., students with an undergraduate degree will complete at least 14 courses (max. 6 years), while those with a Master’s degree will complete at least 7 courses (max. 4 years).

The Cognitive Program in Psychology provides students with advanced background in cognition, examining mental processes such as learning, perception, attention, memory, decision-making, and language with the option of specializing in cognitive and/or behavioral neuroscience. Research is central in our graduate training in this program. Students begin research immediately and have the chance to work with core cognitive faculty members as well as collaborate with faculty in related programs. With the acquired broad knowledge in cognition and the extensive research experience gained from this program, students acquire the necessary tools to develop their independent research careers.... [-]


PhD in Educational Psychology

Palacky University
Campus 3 years September 2017 Czech Republic Olomouc

Doctoral study in educational psychology is a three-year program and can be studied full-time or in combined form. The program is based on an individual study plan under the guidance of a supervisor or consultant. [+]

Program description: Doctoral study in educational psychology is a three-year program and can be studied full-time or in combined form. The program is based on an individual study plan under the guidance of a supervisor or consultant. This type of study program is intended for graduates of master's degree in psychology and represents the third academic degree. The discipline Educational Psychology assumes the student specialization and leads to self-reliant scientific, creative and research work and prepare for the future path of highly qualified expert. It is conceived as an interdisciplinary branch based on the application of theoretical knowledge in other fields of science and psychological practice. The study is focused on acquiring the necessary knowledge and skills for performing scientific research and the research work in the field of psychology. The study program is realized through seminars, tuition and consultation and focuses both on proven concepts and as well modern theories with regard to the current state of knowledge in the field of education. The theoretical part of the study program offers a wide range of topical lectures and workshops. The own research program is modified on the basis of consultations and is generally formed by the research plan (project), which is a part of the admission procedure. Successful doctoral graduates are awarded with the academic title Ph.D. Graduate´s profile and employability: The graduate of the doctoral program Educational psychology should be a theoretically informed expert that could be able to apply the gained education both in the field of science and as well in the educational and psychological practice. Linking theory with practice, the gained knowledge allows graduates to be useful also in management and applied research. Finally, there is possibility of applying the educational psychology in the broader context of related disciplines and is individually determined according to the graduates chosen direction and specialization in sub – issues. App. test requirements: Completed studies in psychology (MA) Research Plan - Project List of publications for the students of combined form of DPS Biography Agreement with the supervisor for labor leadership Tuition fee: The payment for foreign PhD students is 2,000 EUR per academic year. [-]

PhD in Special Education

Charles University Faculty of Education
Campus Part time 4 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The graduate of the doctoral study program Special education is equipped with theoretical knowledge and research skills in the area of special education. The graduate is prepared to work in the area of scientific research and participate in the education of university students. [+]

Top Part time PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe. Profile of the graduate The graduate of the doctoral study program Special education is equipped with theoretical knowledge and research skills in the area of special education. The graduate is prepared to work in the area of scientific research and participate in the education of university students. His/her professional career is possible at universities and similar institutions, in scientific-research institutes and in leading positions of applicable authorities. Tuition Fee 180.000Kč This number was calculated by automatic currency conversion using exchange rate for EUR: 27.055 Characteristics of the Studies Content of doctoral studies focuses mostly on the increase of participation of people with disabilities in the society as well as the improvement of quality of their lives. Special attention is given to social aspects. The PhD Study Programme offers education in wide spectrum of special-education disciplines. Students of the programme are prepared to develop the scientific discipline of special education in the above mentioned new prospective and to solve up-to-date problems related to quality of life of people with disabilities. Individual courses also cover topical aspects of special education in the international context. Research activities should preferably cover: Early age including special educational diagnostics and intervention Family with a disabled child and its position in the society Social, cultural and occupational integration of people with disabilities, including integration of pupils and students with special needs into the mainstream basic schools Development of special educational and social rehabilitation methods, techniques and procedures Changes in approach of general public to people with disabilities Development of the system of special education, its main structural parts, including the development of the theory of life quality of people with disabilities Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria Entrance Examination 1) Discussion about the dissertation/thesis. The project (including bibliography) of up to 10 pages on the candidate´s selected specialized topic must be sent together with the application for doctoral studies and it should include the characteristics of the research problem, the basic idea of the goals and structure of the issue and the methods used in theoretical research and professional literature. 2) Presentation of knowledge base and current literature in the area and submission of a list of literature on special education and related fields. Evaluation Criteria: The applicant can get a maximum of ten points, the number of points for the admission to study is getting at least seven points. Conditions for admission Candidates are admitted to study if they meet all admission requirements: a) to submit an application in time and with all required particulars and supplements, b) to deliver a certified copy of completion of Master’s degree programme, c) to pass an entrance examination, reach minimum number of point determined by the Dean. [-]

PhD in Medical Psychology and Psychopathology

Charles University First Faculty of Medicine
Campus 4 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Doctoral study PROGRAMME "Medical Psychology and Psychopathology" is engaged in basic and applied research in biopsychosocial relationships. The proposed study opens up possibilities for interdisciplinary doctoral education not only for medical schools graduates, as well as graduates of psychology and some other related fields. [+]

Doctoral study PROGRAMME "Medical Psychology and Psychopathology" is engaged in basic and applied research in biopsychosocial relationships. The proposed study opens up possibilities for interdisciplinary doctoral education not only for medical schools graduates, as well as graduates of psychology and some other related fields. This field of study CONTINUES the rich tradition of teaching psychological and psychiatric sciences at the 1st Medical Faculty. The teaching of psychiatry was started in German in 1841 followed by English in 1886. The very first habilitation in psychiatry in Austria-Hungary took place at our clinic (doc. Riedel). As the first in the Czech lands was here, in 1911, set up an experimental psychological laboratory and in the same year the teaching of medical psychology (Professor Mihajlo Rostohar) started here also. Specialized department of addictology ("Apollinaire"), was institutionalized in 1947 and this area was richly covered by prof. Vladimír Vondráček's publications. Focus on the biopsychosocial paradigm of the modern medicine (enriched by ecological, environmental dimension) in terms of its theoretical basis reflects the current state of knowledge achieved in modern science in existing developed societies. The theoretical basis of cognitive systems theory of psychological disciplines (developmental psychology, personality psychology, etc.), but even applied fields, in particular, clinical and medical psychology. Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences then represent a body of scientific disciplines concerned with understanding the human psyche and behavior. This approach not only psychological but also genetical, biochemical or physiological and their mutual interaction. What is important is the possibility of using these latest findings in the care of mentally and physically ill. Graduate Profile Graduates will be able to work with a professional foreign literature, prepare and implement a research project (including financial security), ie, acquire, evaluate and statistically process data obtained mainly with regard to the interdisciplinary focus and yet combine both quantitative and qualitative approach. Specifically, such applied research in the interplay of influences within the biopsychosocial (and ecological - environmental) medicine paradigm in research on the relationship between the patient and the healthcare professional when examining the progress and outcome of the psychotherapeutic process in the evaluation of treatment and rehabilitation programs in the examination of psychosomatic and soma-psychical context in research, care for the chronically and TERMINALLY ill. In the field of medical psychology research projects are mainly based on the empirical data obtained through specific psychological and psycho-mental processes (eg, scaling, testing or clinical methods) and the work of the other laboratory procedures. In addition, graduates can handle some methods of the social sciences (eg. methods used in sociology and cultural anthropology), including scientific reasoning and critical discursive process. In the field of behavioral sciences especially the research context of psychosocial and environmental factors, biological dispositions, including the use of modern instrumental methods of diagnosis. Great emphasis is placed on the ability to prepare and publish high-quality scientific work both at home and in prestigious international journals and prepare students for their scientific career in general. Entry requirements The condition of acceptance is finished master or doctoral degree especially in psychology or master degree from medical schools or any other specialization high schools. The party of entry exam is an examination of knowledge in a differentiated way. Graduates in natural sciences must demonstrate a deeper understanding of the fundamental psychological disciplines and clinical psychology. Conversely, graduates in humanities must demonstrate a deeper knowledge of the field of psychopathology, neuroanatomy, biochemistry and physiology, focusing on CNS. The applicant must present a proposition of a research project that will lead to a dissertation. Language skills of the applicant may be checked during entry exam (English or another foreign language). Study subjects / thematic areas The content of lessons in each year will be focused especially on the following topics: Basics of research on psychological behavioral sciences Medical Psychology and Psychopathology Biopsychosocial approaches to health and disease The content of the course is realized through these learning tasks: Passing coursework exam consisting of defense of their own written review thesis showing the interest of applicant in a chosen specialization followed by interpretation of the basic methods used in scientific work. Passing two courses in the 2nd and 3rd year of study. Language Examination in English Other teaching content is specific due to the specialization of the candidate and is specified in the individual study plan. Criteria for Thesis Defense Passing coursework exam consisting of defense of their own written review thesis showing the interest of applicant in a chosen specialization followed by interpretation of the basic methods used in scientific work. Passing two courses in the 2nd and 3rd year of study. Passing the state exam Presentation of the results of a research project at least at two postgraduate conferences organized in a class or at two other national or international conferences. At least two publications on the topic of dissertation in journals with impact factor (at least once as the first author). Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria The entrance exam is conducted orally – professional and language knowledge and preparedness of the applicant to the independent to the scientific work in the particular branch are tested. Discussion about the project of dissertation thesis is a part of the interview. Conditions for admission - Submission of the application for, including all relevant enclosures by 30th April 2016. - Successful completion of the entrance exam before the commission of field board - Duly completed masters' study program [-]

PhD in Educational Psychology

Charles University Faculty of Education
Campus Part time 4 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The graduate is trained for scientific research work in two occupations: 1) as psychologist-university teacher and 2) as psychologist-practitioner (counselling psychologist, school psychologist, psychologist in other institutions with any educational concern). [+]

Top Part time PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe. Profile of the graduate The graduate is trained for scientific research work in two occupations: 1) as psychologist-university teacher and 2) as psychologist-practitioner (counselling psychologist, school psychologist, psychologist in other institutions with any educational concern). He is able to carry out an empiric research in his field of interest; to discuss it with his scientific peers; to lecture it to his students; to apply with it for a scientific grant. The Studies are not to compensate for the Master studies in Psychology, if requested by Chambers or Associations of Psychologists as the condition for the psychology practice or for further studies (especially in medicine). It is adding to the previous instruction the competence for psychological research in education. Tuition Fee 180.000 Kč This number was calculated by automatic currency conversion using exchange rate for EUR: 27.055 Characteristics of the Study The PhD studies in Educational Psychology are training the student in scientific research work in educational psychology, i.e. in psychology applied to educational topics. The studies are not to compensate for the pre-gradual (Master Degree) instruction in Psychology, if requested by Chambers or Associations of Psychologists as the condition for the psychology practice or for further studies (especially in medicine). They add researchers’ competence in the field of education by means of psychology and by grasping the context of other sciences of education. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria Entrance Examination A necessary part of the admission procedure is the official examining board test. The applicant has to submit the project of their dissertation: title; state-of-art; problem; design with its time table; list of literature. The project is to be defended before the board. Preferably, the project would be co-signed by the mentor in spe, specialist in the topic. Evaluation Criteria: The applicant can get a maximum of ten points, the number of points for the admission to study is getting at least seven points. Conditions for admission Candidates are admitted to study if they meet all admission requirements: a) to submit an application in time and with all required particulars and supplements, b) to deliver a certified copy of completion of Master’s degree programme, c) to pass an entrance examination, reach minimum number of point determined by the Dean. [-]

Doctoral Program In Clinical Psychology

University of Nicosia
Campus 3 years September 2017 Austria Vienna

The doctoral program in Clinical Psychology has a total area of ​​210 ECTS and a regular study period of three years. [+]

The Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology has a total area of ​​210 ECTS and a regular study period of three years. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS In principle, can be carried out the registration, if you have a completion of the second Bologna level in psychology (master's degree, master's degree). Furthermore, knowledge is required in psychopathology, psychopharmacology, statistics and research methods. CLASSROOM LANGUAGE The language of instruction is German. The dissertation must be prepared in German, even though the Constitution in the English language is possible. COURSES In the first two semesters following courses are (Scope: 60 ECTS) to prove: Clinical Psychological Assessment Clinical Psychology Group psychotherapy Cognitive methods Behavioural approaches Behavioural approaches Test construction Short-term therapy and crisis intervention DISSERTATION From the third semester you create your dissertation (100 ECTS) to a topic you have selected, which preferably comes from your professional environment. Carers are qualified, German-speaking professors. You are in your work process largely free and not localized. PRAXIS CREDITS Moreover supervidierter practice in clinical psychological context (50 ECTS) proof of 1,500 hours to deliver. STATEMENTS / award of the degree After the final examination and the defense of the dissertation you will receive the academic degree of "Doctor of Philosophy" (PhD) in the field of study Clinical Psychology. The academic title may be abbreviated as "PhD" or "Dr." be performed and is in official documents (passport, ...) registrable. Funding Notes If you have the correct qualifications and access to your own funding, Either from your home country or your own finances, your application will be Considered. [-]

DOCTORAL PROGRAMME IN PSYCHOLOGY (PhD)

University of Nicosia
Campus 3 years September 2017 Austria Vienna

The doctoral programme in psychology is a three-years programme with 180 ECTS. [+]

Top Part time PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe. The doctoral programme in psychology is a three-years programme with 180 ECTS. ENTRY LEVEL QUALIFICATION A Bachelor or Masters degree in Psychology is needed so that one can apply to the programme. There are special conditions for other professionals to start the programme. LANGUAGE The programme will be held in English language. SEMINARS The courses in Advanced Statistics and Reasearch Methods (part I and II) are beeing held at our university in Vienna - each one blocked on approx. 5-6 weekends. Credit transfers from graduate level is possible DISSERTATION The dissertation will be written in semesters 3-6. One of our experienced professors will be your supervisor. You can choose the topic of your field of study as you like. AWARD OF THE ACADEMIC DEGREE After the final exam ("defensio") you will be awarded the academic degree "Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology" - abbreviated (PhD). The academic title can be inlcuded in official documents (passport) in the European Union. ACCREDITATION IN CANADA The above-mentioned program is recognized in Quebec, Canada, by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Science for loans and grants commencing in the 2014-2015 school year . It is a programme of studies that meets the program requirements that are similar to postsecondary studies of the same order of instruction in Quebec. For administrative purposes, the institution code of University of Nicosia is HC235A and the program code is 90020. ACCREDITATION IN THE UNITED STATES "Since the PhD program in Psychology is from University of Nicosia, which is an accredited higher institution in Cyprus, with similar entrance requirement and required duration of study, the Center would recommend the U.S. Ph.D. degree equivalence." (International Evaluation Service, a member of NACES - national association of credential evaluation services) Funding Notes If you have the correct qualifications and access to your own funding, either from your home country or your own finances, your application will be considered. [-]

PhD in Psychology

University of Nicosia
Campus 3 years September 2017 Cyprus Nicosia Greece Athens + 1 more

The aim of the PhD program in Psychology are to educate and train psychology researchers who, depending on their specialization area, will be able to use scientific methods investigate and deal with factors that affect behaviors, cognitive process, and emotion. [+]

Duration (years): 3 Qualification Awarded: Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology Level of Qualification: 3rd Cycle (Doctorate) Language of Instruction: Thesis can be in English or Greek Mode of Study: Full-time Minimum Credits: 90 Minimum ECTS Credits: 180 Profile of the Programme: Aims The aim of the PhD program in Psychology are to educate and train psychology researchers who, depending on their specialization area, will be able to use scientific methods investigate and deal with factors that affect behaviors, cognitive process, and emotion. Objectives a) Develop students’ in-depth understanding and critical analysis of current literature and research methodology in the field of psychology. b) Develop students’ understanding and application of suitable research methodologies and scientific methods of investigation to enable them to carry out their doctoral research project. c) Enhance students’ research skills and facilitate the development of expertise relevant to their research specialization area. d) Educate students in how to disseminate research findings, conclusions and suggestions for improving educational or mental health provision to the scientific community, for example through publishing in academic journals and/or presenting their work in academic conferences and seminars e) Give students a broad understanding of research approaches and methods which will enable them to read and comprehend a wide range of academic research papers to enhance their research competence and facilitate the development of future research activities. Career Prospects: On successful completion of the program, graduates will be able to will be able to work as researchers and academics. Graduates will be able to work at research centers, work as consultants, and will be competitive applicants for academic positions at Universities. Access to Further Studies: Upon graduation, students would have obtained the highest academic title possible. Graduation Requirements The student must complete 180 ECTS and all programme requirements, which doctoral dissertation completion. Learning Outcomes By the end of the period of doctoral study, students are expected to: 1) Comprehend basic principles of research design, including an understanding of how to conceptualize psychological research, formulate researchable problems, and construct and test hypotheses 2) Show competence in applying a range of research methods and tools 3) Be able to manage successfully all the stages of a research project, including managing data, and conducting and disseminating research in a way that is consistent with both professional practice and the normal principles of research ethics 4) Understand and appreciate the significance of alternative epistemological positions that provide the context for theory construction, research design and the selection of appropriate data analysis techniques 5) Understand and apply the concepts of generalisability, validity, reliability and replicability and identify potential biases in the interpretation of research findings 6) Develop a sound understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of a range of research methodologies and data collection methods 7) Evidence competence in the use of quantitative and qualitative methodologies in psychological enquiry and exhibit skills in the use of quantitative and qualitative data analysis methods 8) Be in a position to illustrate and critically evaluate research methods used in psychological enquiry and demonstrate aptitude in the preparation, execution and management of an independent large-scale research study 9) Develop skills in the dissemination of findings to the wider academic community, initially through writing up their Thesis and then through publishing their work in academic journals and/or giving presentations in academic conferences and seminars 10) Acknowledge the impact of their own experiences, beliefs and culture on the processes and outcomes of inquiry, as well as the interpretation of findings, and through this process become reflexive researchers [-]

PhD in Clinical Psychology

University of Nicosia
Campus 3 years September 2017 Cyprus Nicosia Greece Athens + 1 more

The aims set for the program in Clinical Psychology are multi-fold covering the complexity and the multifaceted reality of the profession. These are to (a) provide the key clinical competencies and capabilities for independent and ethical clinical practice, and (b) create professionals based on the scientist-practitioner model that will be independent thinkers and producers of knowledge. [+]

Top Part time PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe. Duration (years): 3 years Qualification Awarded: Clinical Psychology (PhD, 3 years) Level of Qualification: 3rd Cycle (Doctorate) Language of Instruction: English Mode of Study: Full-time Minimum Credits: 75 Minimum ECTS Credits: 210 Profile of the Programme: Aims The aims set for the program in Clinical Psychology are multi-fold covering the complexity and the multifaceted reality of the profession. These are to (a) provide the key clinical competencies and capabilities for independent and ethical clinical practice, and (b) create professionals based on the scientist-practitioner model that will be independent thinkers and producers of knowledge Objectives By the end of their training students should be competent in the areas of I. Assessment, formulation, intervention, evaluation and communication. II. Working with a range of clients in a range of psychological/psychiatric and/or medical problems/difficulties taking into consideration the social, the educational, racial and cultural background of clients III. Applying their knowledge and expertise in order to draw on a range of evidence based psychological models and psychological therapies in their work with clients. IV. Applying their academic knowledge and skills to ask scientific questions both in an academic and in clinical context and to be able to transform these questions into research hypotheses and investigation. Career Prospects: On successful completion of the program graduates will be able to will be able to work as independent clinicians, researchers, and academics. Graduates will be able to work as Clinical Psychologists in public and private hospitals or clinics, have a private practice, work at research centers, work as consultants, and will be competitive applicants for academic positions at Universities. Access to Further Studies: Upon graduation, students would have obtained the highest academic title possible. Graduation Requirements The student must complete 210 ECTS and all programme requirements, which include 1500 hours of supervised practicum, doctoral dissertation completion, passing the comprehensive examination. A minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0/4.0 is required for graduation. A student who completes the coursework without achieving this minimum requirement will have to repeat one or more courses in order to improve his/her grades. Grades of C and below are unsatisfactory and students will have to repeat the course to improve their grade. Learning Outcomes The three years of study and training provided by the Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology program has been carefully designed to ensure that committed, diligent, successful students will: 1. Be able to critically analyze and synthesize information from evidence-based practices in Clinical Psychology using a variety of resources so that their training will constitute the basis for their development as lifelong learners and self-reflective practitioners. 2. Be able to use knowledge and skills in therapeutic relationships as derived from a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic approaches and which can be effectively applied in varying treatment contexts. 3. Develop skills in the selection, application, and interpretation of clinical and psychometric assessment methods as well as being able to assess the efficacy of their clinical practice. 4. Develop high ethical standards consistent with future roles as professional and responsible clinicians, and as informed by the ethical codes and standards of the Cyprus Psychologists’ Association, the European Federation for Psychologists’ Association (EFPA), and the American Psychological Association (APA) Code of Conduct. 5. Develop skills to work with a range of clinical populations, a well as value and appreciate the diversity represented by individuals of differing cultures, gender, ethnicity, races, religions, ages, physical/mental status, and other groups. 6. Will have the knowledge and skills to independently to design and evaluate intervention programs. 7. Adopt a scientific approach to addressing questions relevant to Clinical Psychology and develop proficiency in organizing research protocols and procedures. 8. Be in a position to illustrate and critically evaluate research methods used in psychological inquiry and demonstrate aptitude in the preparation, execution and management of an independent large-scale research study 9. Will have the knowledge and skills to independently design and evaluate research and psychometric instruments. 10. Develop skills in the dissemination of findings to the wider academic community, initially through writing up their Thesis and then through publishing their work in academic journals and/or giving presentations in academic conferences and seminars 11. Acknowledge the impact of their own experiences, beliefs and culture on the processes and outcomes of inquiry, as well as the interpretation of findings, and through this process become reflective researchers [-]

Doctor of Philosophy by Published Work - Route B

University of Bolton
Campus 3 - 7 years August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

This programme is designed for those whose work is primarily in research or involves a substantial research element and enables them to receive academic credit for that work, assuming it is at doctoral level. Route B for people who have no or few publications. Route B enables candidates, with the help and advice of academic supervisors, to prepare and submit for publication suitable outputs such as journal articles, book chapters or... [+]

Doctor of Philosophy by Published Work - Route B This programme is designed for those whose work is primarily in research or involves a substantial research element and enables them to receive academic credit for that work, assuming it is at doctoral level. Route B for people who have no or few publications. Route B enables candidates, with the help and advice of academic supervisors, to prepare and submit for publication suitable outputs such as journal articles, book chapters or books, software or patents. Candidates will also prepare a 10–15,000-word critical commentary which contextualises, analyses and makes the case for the publications to be considered as an original and independent contribution to knowledge and, therefore, to justify the award of a PhD. (Route A is available on a part-time basis for people who already have substantial publications to their credit.) [-]

Doctor of Philosophy by Published Work - Route A part-time

University of Bolton
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

This programme is designed for those whose work is primarily in research or involves a substantial research element and enables them to receive academic credit for that work, assuming it is at doctoral level. Route A is for people who already have substantial publications to their credit. Route A enables candidates, with the help and advice of academic supervisors, to select the most appropriate publications for inclusion in their... [+]

Top Part time PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe. Doctor of Philosophy by Published Work - Route A part-time This programme is designed for those whose work is primarily in research or involves a substantial research element and enables them to receive academic credit for that work, assuming it is at doctoral level. Route A is for people who already have substantial publications to their credit. Route A enables candidates, with the help and advice of academic supervisors, to select the most appropriate publications for inclusion in their submission and to prepare a 10–15,000-word critical commentary which contextualises, analyses and makes the case for the publications to be considered as an original and independent contribution to knowledge and, therefore, to justify the award of a PhD. (Route B is available on a full or part-time basis for people who have no or few publications.) [-]

Doctor of Philosophy by Practice - Route B

University of Bolton
Campus 3 - 7 years August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

This programme is designed for those whose work involves them in innovative and advanced professional or creative practice and enables them to receive academic credit for that work, assuming it is at doctoral level. Route B is for those who have yet to develop their practice to an appropriate level. In Route B you will be assisted, by the academic supervisors, in the creation and submission of a portfolio of evidence which... [+]

Doctor of Philosophy by Practice - Route B This programme is designed for those whose work involves them in innovative and advanced professional or creative practice and enables them to receive academic credit for that work, assuming it is at doctoral level. Route B is for those who have yet to develop their practice to an appropriate level. In Route B you will be assisted, by the academic supervisors, in the creation and submission of a portfolio of evidence which demonstrates your professional or creative practice. You will prepare and submit a 10–15,000-word critical commentary which contextualises, analyses and makes the case for your portfolio of evidence to be considered as an original and independent contribution to knowledge and, therefore, to justify the award of a PhD. (Route A is available on a part-time basis for people who already have substantial evidence of their involvement in project(s) that show innovative advanced professional or creative practice.) [-]

Doctor of Philosophy by Practice - Route A part-time

University of Bolton
Campus or Online Part time 1 - 2 years August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

This programme is designed for those whose work involves them in innovative and advanced professional or creative practice and enables them to receive academic credit for that work, assuming it is at doctoral level. Route A is for people who already have substantial evidence of that practice. Route A enables candidates, with the help and advice of academic and professional supervisors, to select the most appropriate evidence for... [+]

Top Part time PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe. Doctor of Philosophy by Practice - Route A part-time This programme is designed for those whose work involves them in innovative and advanced professional or creative practice and enables them to receive academic credit for that work, assuming it is at doctoral level. Route A is for people who already have substantial evidence of that practice. Route A enables candidates, with the help and advice of academic and professional supervisors, to select the most appropriate evidence for inclusion in their submission and to prepare a 10–15,000-word critical commentary which contextualises, analyses and makes the case for the publications to be considered as an original and independent contribution to knowledge and, therefore, to justify the award of a PhD. (Route B is available on a full or part-time basis and is for people who have yet to develop their practice to an appropriate level.) [-]