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
The MPhil/PhD is offered in ‘Health and Social Care’, with optional endorsement according to professional discipline, under the following headings: Allied Health Professions, Public Health, and Nursing & Midwifery. MPhil/PhD research in Health and Social Care takes place in all the Departments in the Faculty of Health and Social Care (Nursing and Applied Clinical Studies, Allied Health Professions, Health, Wellbeing and the Family, and the Centre for Health and Social Care Research); it is co-ordinated by Professor Douglas MacInnes who is the initial point of contact at email@example.com. Our research interests cover the range of health and social care disciplines including nursing and midwifery, medical imaging, social work, the allied health professions and health promotion. Our particular strengths lie in qualitative methodologies, nursing and midwifery, mental health, public health and health promotion and the arts and health though no relevant topic is excluded provided that we can offer appropriate supervision.
Information for international students
Canterbury Christ Church University welcomes applications from international Students. http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/StudyHere/International/Home.aspx
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
- The Graduate School/Professor MacInnes
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