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The PhD is a doctoral degree, specifically called a "doctor of philosophy" degree. This is misleading because PhD holders are not necessarily philosophers (unless they earned their degree in philosophy!). That said, PhD recipients are able to engage in thought experiments, reason about problems, and solve problems in sophisticated ways.

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Universidad de La Laguna

The Doctorate in Interdisciplinary Studies of Gender constitutes a novel bet in the Spanish university panorama, since it lacks precedents in the Spanish university. It i ... [+]

Currently, gender is a field of innovation in science and technology. The Doctorate in Interdisciplinary Studies of Gender constitutes a novel bet in the Spanish university panorama, since it lacks precedents in the Spanish university. It is a proposal that responds to and meets the demand generated by the scientific policy developed, more than a decade ago, by the European Union and by Spanish legislation that requires, urgently and urgently, adequate training in the most high academic level. It is an interuniversity doctorate in which, apart from the Universidad de La Laguna , the University of Alicante, the University of Alcalá, the University of the Balearic Islands, the University of Huelva, the Jaume I University of Castellón, the University Rey Juan Carlos and the Autonomous University of Madrid, which is the University that coordinates the Doctorate Program.... [-]

Spain Santa Cruz de Tenerife
September 2019
Full-time
Part-time
Campus
Faculty of Humanities, Charles University

The Ph.D. Longevity studies produce highly skilled and knowledgeable specialists in research, expertise, and transference of knowledge into practice. On the scientific le ... [+]

Longevity Studies enables a better understanding of the interfaces and challenges of prolongation of human life (longevity). It fosters further understanding and finding of appropriate answers and solutions of theoretical, applied, and ethical contexts of longevity. It reflects not only current demographic changes of the population but also reflects the fact that nowadays people with severe disabilities, chronic illnesses and impairment live longer than ever before, and also that some other specific groups of our population have needs related to longevity. Longevity Studies offers an integrated study on the border of humanities, social, biomedical, and other mainly applied sciences. The study responds to the needs of specialist analyses and solutions to problems related to longevity and demographic changes in society and in various fields of human life and activity.... [-]

Czech Republic Prague 5
October 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Online & Campus Combined
Center for Research and Interdisciplinary (CRI)

Since the creation of the FdV doctoral school in 2006, the aims were focused on life sciences. Traditionally, students have pursued interdisciplinary research projects in ... [+]

Since the creation of the FdV doctoral school in 2006, the aims were focused on life sciences. Traditionally, students have pursued interdisciplinary research projects in natural sciences, engineering, and technology, medical and health sciences. Recently, projects in the life sciences have incorporated approaches and/or applications from other disciplines including the social sciences and humanities, however, the focus of the work is on the advancement of knowledge in life science. As of December 2015, over 110 PhDs have been granted to FdV fellows studying topics at the frontiers of life science, and over 120 are currently in pursuit of their degree.

“Frontières du Vivant” (FdV) projects involve interactions between a broad range of academic disciplines, in the pursuit of understanding living systems. Students who join the doctoral school are trained in various disciplines (e.g. biology, physics, medicine, economy, linguistics) from around the world.... [-]

France Paris
September 2019
Full-time
3 find your juris doctor
Campus
Unicaf University (ZM)

The goal of the Ph.D. programme is to prepare the next generation of leading researchers. The Ph.D. is a programme of independent, self-directed academic research degree, ... [+]

The goal of the Ph.D. programme is to prepare the next generation of leading researchers.

The Ph.D. is a programme of independent, self-directed academic research degree, supported by a team of supervisors that makes an original contribution to knowledge written up in a publishable dissertation. The Ph.D. programme also supports the development of research and generic skills to equip you to operate successfully as a professional researcher in any setting. The essential requirement of a Ph.D. is the creation of new knowledge. Being a researcher means developing new ideas and improving understanding through the creation of new knowledge. Your research will inevitably build to some degree on the work and ideas of others, but as a research student, you are expected to make an original contribution to knowledge in your discipline.... [-]

Cyprus Larnaca USA New York Greece Athens Romania Bucharest United Kingdom London Egypt Cairo Ghana Accra Malawi Lilongwe Mauritius Port Louis Kenya Nairobi Nigeria Lagos Somalia Mogadishu Zambia Lusaka Jordan Irbid Cyprus Online  + 25 More
September 2019
Full-time
Part-time
Campus
Online
Silesian University of Technology - Joint Doctoral School

The Joint Doctoral School offers interdisciplinary education covering a wide range of scientific disciplines (Topics of Ph.D. thesis ). Duration of a Ph.D. program is 4 y ... [+]

PhD Programs in Interdisciplinary Studies in Europe 2019/2020. Required documents 1. A person who holds a masters degree, a master's degree in engineering or an equivalent degree may be admitted to a doctoral school.A graduate of a first-cycle program or a student who has completed the third year of a uniform master's program if: on the basis of the documents submitted by the candidate, the central recruitment commission determines that the candidate possesses particularly high scientific achievements in the field of a given or related discipline in which the doctoral school is run, on the basis of an interview conducted with the candidate, the central recruitment commission determines that the candidate has broadened knowledge in the field of research methodology and dissemination of the results of scientific activity. Required documents: a color scan of the diploma of completion of the second-degree or uniform MA studies or a diploma referred to in art. 326 para. 2 point 2 or art. 327 para. 2 of the Act, giving the right to apply for a doctorate degree in a country of issue, personal questionnaire completed in the recruitment system a current photograph of the candidate in accordance with the requirements applicable when issuing identity cards - in electronic form, in the case when the diploma referred to in point 1 does not confirm the knowledge of English at the level at least B2 of the European System of Description of Language Education: a color scan of another diploma of completion of studies confirming... [-]
Poland Gliwice
October 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus