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Doctorate in electrical, electronic and automatic engineering

Carlos III University of Madrid
Campus Full time September 2019 United Kingdom London

This doctoral program is aimed at students wishing to extend their training and conduct their research in the lines of work offered by the three departments ... [+]

PhD in Electrical and Automation Engineering, Electronics

This doctoral program is aimed at students wishing to extend their training and conduct their research in the lines of work offered by the three departments that comprise: Department of Electrical Engineering, Department of Systems Engineering and Automation and Electronics Technology Department. These lines of work are:

Optoelectronics. Photonics. Artificial vision. Robotics. Renewable energy. Power electronics. Electricity markets. Electric and magnetic materials. Microelectronics. Automation

The PhD student intended to deepen their training in these disciplines, acquiring advanced skills and knowledge to enable it carry out research, development and innovation in any of these disciplines, to prepare and submit his doctoral thesis.... [-]


PhD in Scottish History

The University of Edinburgh - The School of History, Classics & Archaeology
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years September 2019 United Kingdom Edinburgh + 1 more

The PhD in Scottish History offers you the opportunity to explore Scotland’s past at an advanced level through independent research. The University of Edinburgh has one of the largest concentrations of scholars interested in the Scottish past. Our research expertise in Scottish history within the School ranges from late medieval kingship and saints’ cults to the Reformation, the witch hunt, government and finance, the Highlands in all periods, Scotland’s diaspora and external relations and its place in the Union. [+]

The PhD in Scottish History offers you the opportunity to explore Scotland’s past at an advanced level through independent research.

The University of Edinburgh has one of the largest concentrations of scholars interested in the Scottish past. Our research expertise in Scottish history within the School ranges from late medieval kingship and saints’ cults to the Reformation, the witch hunt, government and finance, the Highlands in all periods, Scotland’s diaspora and external relations and its place in the Union. Colleagues in archaeology and classics also have Scottish interests and these scholars are supplemented by academics in other areas of the University, including:

Celtic and Scottish Studies Social and Political Sciences Geography Education Divinity Scottish Literature ... [-]

PhD in History

The University of Edinburgh - The School of History, Classics & Archaeology
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years September 2019 United Kingdom Edinburgh + 1 more

The PhD in History offers you the opportunity to study history at an advanced level through independent research. The PhD is our principal research degree. The size of Edinburgh’s history department and the breadth of expertise available from our staff means that we can offer supervision for research projects in a wide array of fields. We have strong research concentrations in Scottish history, American history, global and transnational history, Irish history, intellectual history, and medieval history, and colleagues who can supervise topics spanning two millennia and five continents. Members of the history department have strong links with colleagues elsewhere in the University with research expertise in related disciplines, from Classics, Archaeology and History of Art to Politics and Economics. [+]

The PhD in History offers you the opportunity to study history at an advanced level through independent research.

The PhD is our principal research degree. The size of Edinburgh’s history department and the breadth of expertise available from our staff means that we can offer supervision for research projects in a wide array of fields. We have strong research concentrations in Scottish history, American history, global and transnational history, Irish history, intellectual history, and medieval history, and colleagues who can supervise topics spanning two millennia and five continents. Members of the history department have strong links with colleagues elsewhere in the University with research expertise in related disciplines, from Classics, Archaeology and History of Art to Politics and Economics.... [-]


PhD in Economic & Social History

The University of Edinburgh - The School of History, Classics & Archaeology
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years September 2019 United Kingdom Edinburgh + 1 more

The PhD in Economic and Social History offers you the opportunity to study economic and social history at an advanced level through independent research. We host one of the largest economic and social history research groupings in the UK and this enables us to support research in economic and social history across a wide range of time periods and geographical regions, from the early modern period to the present day, and from Britain to the Caribbean. Current research interests include the study of economic development, energy policy, globalisation, slavery, demography, urban history, consumption, material culture, museums and collecting, leisure, religious belief, popular culture, medicine and disease, gender, sexuality and the family. Colleagues in the economic and history research group work closely with colleagues with related interests in other Schools, notably the School of Social and Political Science and the School of Economics. [+]

The PhD in Economic and Social History offers you the opportunity to study economic and social history at an advanced level through independent research.

We host one of the largest economic and social history research groupings in the UK and this enables us to support research in economic and social history across a wide range of time periods and geographical regions, from the early modern period to the present day, and from Britain to the Caribbean. Current research interests include the study of economic development, energy policy, globalisation, slavery, demography, urban history, consumption, material culture, museums and collecting, leisure, religious belief, popular culture, medicine and disease, gender, sexuality and the family. Colleagues in the economic and history research group work closely with colleagues with related interests in other Schools, notably the School of Social and Political Science and the School of Economics.... [-]


PhD in Classics

The University of Edinburgh - The School of History, Classics & Archaeology
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years September 2019 United Kingdom Edinburgh + 1 more

The PhD in Classics offers you the opportunity to study Classics at an advanced level through independent research. Classics at the University of Edinburgh, with its broad range of supervisors and stimulating and supportive intellectual environment, can offer you a first-class experience in focused and sustained research. We welcome applications from anyone keen to work on topics that overlap with the research interests of our academic staff, including Greek social history, Greek law, Classical literature & art, Hellenistic history & archaeology, Roman slavery, Roman art and architecture, the Roman economy, late antique and Byzantine literature, history and archaeology. Our strong relationship with other subjects such as Archaeology, History, Philosophy and Law, means that interdisciplinary study and supervision can be arranged. [+]

The PhD in Classics offers you the opportunity to study Classics at an advanced level through independent research.

Classics at the University of Edinburgh, with its broad range of supervisors and stimulating and supportive intellectual environment, can offer you a first-class experience in focused and sustained research.

We welcome applications from anyone keen to work on topics that overlap with the research interests of our academic staff, including Greek social history, Greek law, Classical literature & art, Hellenistic history & archaeology, Roman slavery, Roman art and architecture, the Roman economy, late antique and Byzantine literature, history and archaeology. Our strong relationship with other subjects such as Archaeology, History, Philosophy and Law, means that interdisciplinary study and supervision can be arranged.... [-]


PhD in Archaeology

The University of Edinburgh - The School of History, Classics & Archaeology
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years September 2019 United Kingdom Edinburgh + 1 more

Our PhD in Archaeology offers you the opportunity to study archaeology at an advanced level through independent research. The Archaeology subject area offers research supervision across a wide range of fields. Our research interests range from human osteoarchaeology and forensic anthropology to Roman archaeology, early civilisations and urban societies in the Mediterranean and Europe, the Byzantine world and late antiquity, late hunter-gatherers and the spread of farming in Europe, megalithic monuments, later European prehistory and the archaeology of Scotland. These research areas are complemented by research expertise in related disciplines elsewhere in the School and the University. [+]

Our PhD in Archaeology offers you the opportunity to study archaeology at an advanced level through independent research.

The Archaeology subject area offers research supervision across a wide range of fields. Our research interests range from human osteoarchaeology and forensic anthropology to Roman archaeology, early civilisations and urban societies in the Mediterranean and Europe, the Byzantine world and late antiquity, late hunter-gatherers and the spread of farming in Europe, megalithic monuments, later European prehistory and the archaeology of Scotland. These research areas are complemented by research expertise in related disciplines elsewhere in the School and the University.... [-]


PhD in Economics

University of Leicester, School of Business
Campus Full time Part time 36 - 78 months August 2019 United Kingdom Leicester + 1 more

Ph.D. students complete an independent research project under the guidance of a supervisory team. The research is normally completed over a maximum period of 3 to 3.5 years (full-time) or 6 to 6.5 years (part-time). [+]

How to Apply

1. Make sure we offer Ph.D. supervision in the area in which you want to work - search our staff research interests

2. Draft a research proposal that tells us what you want to research, how you intend to do it, and why it is worth doing

3. Prepare your supporting documents - with your application you need to include proof that you meet the academic entry requirements and the English language entry requirements:

include all relevant certificates/diplomas and transcripts international applicants must provide official copies of their entire course transcripts including explanations of the mark schemes used and, where possible, an indication of their class ranking/position in class supporting documents, not in English must be provided with a certified English translation ... [-]

PhD in Plasma Physics and Nuclear Fusion

Carlos III University of Madrid
Campus Full time September 2019 United Kingdom London

The PhD Programme in Plasma Physics and Nuclear Fusion aims to provide the students with a solid background in plasma physics and nuclear fusion, as well as in the research methods used in the field [+]

PhD in Plasma Physics and Nuclear Fusion

The PhD Programme has been awarded with a Quality distinction by the Spanish Education and Culture Ministry.

Aims

The PhD Programme in Plasma Physics and Nuclear Fusion aims to provide the students with a solid background in plasma physics and nuclear fusion, as well as in the research methods used in the field with a competent ability to evaluate results. It is also expected that students publish original contributions (including articles in scientific journals) and that they show the capacity for teamwork and the required aptitude to enhance the scientific and technological progress, within professional and academic contexts.... [-]


PhD in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods

Carlos III University of Madrid
Campus Full time 2 - 3 years September 2019 United Kingdom London

The Ph.D. in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods is offered jointly by the Departments of Business Administration and Statistics. [+]

Ph.D. in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods

The Ph.D. in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods is offered jointly by the Departments of Business Administration and Statistics. The mission of the program is to develop leading scholars in finance, management, marketing, accounting, operations research, statistics and econometrics for careers in research and teaching at leading universities and business schools. A broad knowledge of business ensures that students fully appreciate the interdependencies and complexity of management problems. At the same time, a strong training in quantitative methods introduces them to the possibility of interdisciplinary and qualified empirical research.... [-]


NOWNano DTC: The North West Nanoscience Doctoral Training Centre

NOWNano The University of Manchester and Lancaster
Campus Full time 4 years September 2019 United Kingdom Manchester

NowNano DTC students undertake a four-year doctoral training programme. A major aim of the DTC is to create a cohort of researchers that are able to draw [+]

NOWNano DTC: The North West Nanoscience Doctoral Training Centre

NowNano DTC students undertake a four-year doctoral training programme. A major aim of the DTC is to create a cohort of researchers that are able to draw on knowledge from a broad spectrum of sciences and to work in interdisciplinary teams. The challenge is to enable our students to understand the different languages and philosophies of disciplines as diverse as theoretical physics & astronomy and medicine.The aim of the first six months of the programme is to expose students to the full breadth of nanoscience and nanotechnology and to provide them with the skills and background knowledge that they will need during their Ph.D. projects in order to understand the diverse concepts and knowledge that they will inevitably encounter. To this end, the programme includes not only lecture courses and directed self-study (inquiry-based learning) but also extended (12 weeks-long) laboratory projects covering different aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology.Also during this time, students will have an opportunity to learn about the available Ph.D. research projects through presentations by potential supervisors and visits to research labs. It is expected that many projects will be interdisciplinary, with co-supervision by academics from different Schools/Departments, providing students with access to the world-class facilities.... [-]


Doctorate in Organisational Change (ADOC)

Ashridge Executive Education
Campus Part time 4 - 5 years March 2019 United Kingdom London

The programme takes a philosophical approach, rather than offering the standard toolkit. It challenges you to explore your implicit and explicit assumptions and the implications of those assumptions for your practice. [+]

Do you seek to make a unique contribution to our understanding of organizations and communities, and of the dynamics of stability and change? Are you an experienced and reflective practitioner interested in developing yourself and your practice, through the discipline of 'Action Inquiry'? Are you interested in doing your research in close collaboration with the support of a community of like-minded practitioners?

If yes, then the Ashridge Doctorate in Organisational Change will be of interest to you. Through a rigorous process of inquiry, this qualification will develop your practice to a deeper level. As organizations face the need to respond to ever more diverse and challenging issues, practitioners must develop new ways of working with complex and uncertain situations in pursuit of purposes and outcomes that matter to them.... [-]


PhD in TESOL Research

University of Stirling
Campus Full time Part time 36 - 96 months September 2019 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

This PhD course is entirely dedicated to TESOL Research. This doctorate will be of interest to those who have a background in languages, linguistics, applied linguistics, or a related field as well as to language teaching practitioners who have a keen interest in research. [+]

Overview

This PhD course is entirely dedicated to TESOL Research. This doctorate will be of interest to those who have a background in languages, linguistics, applied linguistics, or a related field as well as to language teaching practitioners who have a keen interest in research.

This course will develop your research skills and set you on the path to becoming an autonomous researcher. The PhD is a significant qualification which will mark you out as an expert researcher in the field of teaching English to speakers of other languages. You’ll achieve new skills in understanding complex matters, sharpen your problem-solving abilities, increase your confidence as a researcher and expand your knowledge of the field while also enjoying the PhD experience.... [-]


Doctor of Diplomacy (DDipl)

University of Stirling
Campus Full time Part time 24 - 72 months September 2019 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

This course brings together best practice in academic learning and professional expertise. A unique feature of the face-to-face and practical aspect of the course is weekend seminars, which maximise your opportunities for discussion of key issues and flexible delivery. The suite of modules includes diplomatic simulations and negotiation exercises, which can also be taken à la carte. [+]

Overview

This course brings together best practice in academic learning and professional expertise.

A unique feature of the face-to-face and practical aspect of the course is weekend seminars, which maximise your opportunities for discussion of key issues and flexible delivery. The suite of modules includes diplomatic simulations and negotiation exercises, which can also be taken à la carte.

The DDipl consists of two parts. Full-time students can expect to complete the degree in three to four years. The taught part of the course will last for two academic years if you’re a full-time student. In your final year (with the option of applying for a one-year extension), PhD candidates will complete a thesis within about one year. This thesis will enable you to reflect on pertinent issues of diplomacy in light of the theory and conceptual knowledge you have gained over the course of your degree – as well as through your independent research.... [-]


Doctor of Applied Social Research

University of Stirling
Online Campus Full time Part time 36 - 96 months February 2019 United Kingdom Stirling + 2 more

Our Applied Social Research Doctorate is designed to transform the way you think as a professional and ensure you can make a powerful impact in your field. [+]

Overview

Our Applied Social Research Doctorate is designed to transform the way you think as a professional and ensure you can make a powerful impact in your field.

If you’re an experienced professional who wants to advance your expertise and broaden your career opportunities, this course is an ideal match. From the outset, you’ll gain high-quality research skills that can be immediately applied in the workplace and refined through access to seminars and advanced training opportunities. You’ll also benefit from the guidance of our expert staff and your interaction with fellow professionals and executives from a range of social science backgrounds.

The course is highly flexible and attendance is kept to a minimum to ensure you can fit your studies around your career. You’ll also have the opportunity to fine-tune your Doctorate based on your profession – choosing one of six pathways:... [-]


Taught Doctorate in Sport Coaching - DSC

Cardiff Metropolitan University
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years September 2019 United Kingdom Cardiff + 1 more

The Doctorate in Sport Coaching aims to equip practitioners and related scholars with an appreciation of the symbiotic and synergetic relationship between theory and practice. [+]

Course Overview

The Doctorate in Sport Coaching aims to equip practitioners and related scholars with an appreciation of the symbiotic and synergetic relationship between theory and practice. As opposed to a distinct research focus characteristic of a traditional PhD, the amended emphasis of the DSC lies in practice as both the recipient and generator of research. The DSC arises from a demand for high-level, leading-edge knowledge and skills training, coupled with increasing the use and exploitation of coaching research in practice. It offers a unique opportunity for professional and career development, focusing on applied and experiential learning within a community of practice.

Learning & Teaching ... [-]