The submission for the PhD by Published Works includes a copy of works published within the 10-year period prior to submission; and a critical analysis comprising a statement of the contribution of the work to the advancement of the field of study, a critical account of its significance, an explanation of the inter-relationship between the material presented, and a critical appraisal and discussion of the corpus.
Applicants must be academic members of staff at Queen’s, who have been a member of staff for a minimum of one year prior to application. Their case will be considered by the School Postgraduate Research Committee.
Application forms are available from the Admissions and Access Service (email: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel; +44 (0) 28 9097 5081.)
Applicants for a PhD by Published Works are required to establish a prima facie case that their work is of an appropriate standard. The application must include:
Registration is normally on a part-time basis, under the direction of an advisor appointed by the University. You will be expected to submit your published works with a 10,000 word critical analysis, within one year. Applicants should contact the relevant School for further information.
Higher Doctorates are awarded to students who have demonstrated a contribution of originality and merit to their field of study; a sustained, consistent and substantial contribution to the advancement of knowledge over a number of years; an authoritative standing in the field of study; and seminal publications which have led to extensions or the development of knowledge by others.
The submission includes a copy of the published works and a summary document incorporating a research record and outlining research interests and achievement through reference to selected publications.
Applicants must have a significant link to the University, normally by being a graduate of the University or a current academic member of staff. Normally applicants will also have a minimum of ten years research experience at a postdoctoral level. Their case will be considered by the School Postgraduate Research Committee who should have the right to seek views from outside its membership.
Application forms are available from the Admissions and Access Service email: email@example.com, tel: +44 (0) 28 9097 5081.
Applicants for a Higher Doctorate are required to establish a prima facie case that their work is of an appropriate standard. The application must include:
Registration is normally on a part-time basis. You will be expected to submit a copy of the published works and a 3,000 word summary document, within one year. Applicants should contact the relevant School for further information.
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