A prospective candidate must hold one of the following qualifications to be eligible for entry to the programme: • An initial degree of the University of Wales, normally awarded with first or second class honours. • An initial degree awarded by another approved degree awarding body, normally awarded with first or second class honours. • A professional qualification that has been deemed by Glyndŵr University to be of a satisfactory standard for entry to a Professional Doctorate programme. • In addition, the prospective candidate must have a minimum of three years’ professional experience of working at an appropriate level in an area relevant to the named award. Irrespective of entry qualifications, a prospective candidate must provide evidence to the satisfaction of Glyndŵr University of his/her ability to produce academic work of the required standard to successfully complete the programme of study.
Months of entry
This Professional Doctorate programme offers a bespoke approach to enhancing and developing knowledge as part of each individual student’s own professional development, within a subject related context. The programme is both vocationally relevant and academically rigorous but specifically designed to offer candidates a unique opportunity to develop an ‘applied’ perspective to research.
· Designed for those working in professional practice wanting to engage in exploring issues within their own area of expertise towards gaining a doctorate award
· Establishes a cohort community early in the programme to support candidates in their doctoral studies
Qualification and course duration
EdD by taught
Course contact details
- Student Enquiries
- 01978 293 439