The minimal qualification for PhD applicants is: a good bachelor's degree in a relevant subject, an excellent research proposal. However, a Master's degree is often preferred as evidence of some experience in research. Holders of other qualifications are welcome to apply.
Months of entry
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The MPhil/PhD in Sociology is available in the Department of Applied Social Sciences, the Department of Law and Criminal Justice Studies and the Department of Sport Science, Tourism and Leisure. Staff have successfully examined and supervised MPhil and PhD candidates for a number of years. Staff have been successful in attracting external research project funding, e.g. ESRC, Home Office, DoH, DCMS, European Commission (e.g. Agis funding) and local Health Authorities and other social agencies. Academic staff and professionals from many areas of practice have experience and expertise across the social sciences and are active in a number of applied fields e.g. popular culture, youth, gender, the body, health, politics, policing, criminology, legal studies and education. Enquiries should be directed to Dr Cant email@example.com
Information for international students
Canterbury Christ Church University welcomes applications from international Students. Find out more information here.
Fees and funding
Canterbury Christ Church University Graduate School holds an annual scholarship competition. Details can be found here.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Graduate School/Dr S Cant
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