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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.

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Doctor of Philosophy

Amity University in London
Campus 3 - 3 years August 2018 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.... [-]