Psychology Higher Doctorate

University of Sunderland

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OverviewA Higher Doctorate is awarded for published work of the highest quality. We ask candidates to submit a collection of their published work and a commentary that demonstrates its impact on the subject. Your application should be supported by a professor from the University of Sunderland.There is a high level of scrutiny for all applications. The Higher Doctorate Panel includes the University’s Vice–Chancellor, and the examiners will be leading authorities in your field of study.The ... READ MORE

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92nd
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73rd

Start date and duration

Start date
26-SEP-22, 09-JAN-23, 24-APR-23
Part Time
1 year

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Applicants will typically be full-time members of the research staff of the University, or Visiting Professors, with at least three years of service. Applicants can also be people from outside the University who are leading authorities in their field. In this case, you should have a sponsor who is a professor on the full-time teaching staff of the University of Sunderland. You should have completed a Masters degree at least four years ago, or an honours degree at least seven years ago.

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Where you'll study

University of Sunderland

Edinburgh Building, City Campus Chester Road Sunderland
SR1 3SD United Kingdom Nearest train station: Seaham  3.0 miles away

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