PhD Program in Education in South Africa

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A Doctor of Philosophy degree, short Ph.D is an advanced academic degree earned in various fields, signifying major interests and accomplishments in research.

A postgraduate degree in education is a course that will open up your career path as professional. In education, a PhD will be of research and also professional focus. This makes the course very important to all those seeking skills and quality teaching training in the career line. It is offered globally by recognized universities.

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Doctoral Degree Programmes in Education

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time February 2018 South Africa Johannesburg

Doctoral study requires a candidate to undertake research at an advanced academic level culminating in the production, defence and acceptance of a thesis. The defining characteristic of the qualification is that the candidate is required to demonstrate high-level research capability and make a significant and original academic contribution to the field of Education. [+]

Best Doctorate Degrees in Education in South Africa 2017. Doctoral study requires a candidate to undertake research at an advanced academic level culminating in the production, defence and acceptance of a thesis. The defining characteristic of the qualification is that the candidate is required to demonstrate high-level research capability and make a significant and original academic contribution to the field of Education. Doctor of Education: DEd (Educational Psychology) Admission requirements Prospective candidates will have obtained a MEd (Educational Psychology). Academic performance: students need to have attained a minimum of 65% in their previous degree. If 65% was not attained, prior learning and experience in the field may be taken into consideration and students could be allowed to register based on a pre-registration research proposal which is accepted by the Department of Educational Psychology. Additional selection criteria: Applicants’ ability to communicate both in oral and written format may be assessed in a screening procedure. Proficiency in a word processing package and internet use is strongly recommended. Doctor of Philosophy: PhD (Education) Admission requirements Prospective candidates will have obtained a MEd Prospective candidates will have obtained a teacher’s diploma/teaching qualification, plus an appropriate master’s degree as well as work experience in the field of study. The Education knowledge of such candidates will be assessed by the Head of Department and prospective supervisor and a reading programme may be prescribed prior to allowing registration. Additional selection criteria: Academic performance: students need to have attained a minimum of 65% in their previous degree. If... [-]

PhD in Education

University of the Witwatersrand
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 5  February 2018 South Africa Johannesburg + 1 more

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. [+]

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... [-]