In view of the COVID-19 public health emergency we may need to make changes to the course details outlined on these pages. Offers holders will be notified of changes. Please see this page for further information. Course closed: History is no longer accepting new applications. The PhD in History is an advanced research degree, awarded on the basis of a thesis and an oral viva voce examination.
Prospective history doctoral students are required to have a minimum of a bachelor's degree to apply, though a master's degree is preferred. Additional prerequisites may include evidence of prior.
Our History PhD programme is a three-year course of study (or six years of part-time study) that enables you to carry out a piece of in-depth research in the area that most interests you. Our research interests stretch from the early Middle Ages to the end of the 20th century, and our geographical range includes Britain, continental Europe, South and East Asia, Africa and the Americas.There was no real need to successfully gain a Master’s degree before embarking on this mammoth task of empirical research. Whilst some undergraduate degrees still lead to a Master’s qualification, and many people still complete Master degrees, it is possible to do a PhD without a Masters degree.All PhD students are initially registered for a Master of Philosophy (MPhil), and the PhD registration is confirmed after the successful completion of an upgrade assessment (at the end of year 1 for full-time students and year 2 for part-time study). You will be registered for a PhD when you pass this upgrade.
To be accepted onto a PhD, which is the highest qualification that a student can achieve, students usually need a relevant Masters degree. This is because students cannot attain the requisite level of in-depth knowledge about a particular area without Masters study.Read More
Generally speaking, earning a master's and then proceeding to a Ph.D. program will take roughly the same amount of time until graduation as going straight from bachelor's to Ph.D.Read More
You don't necessarily need to have a Masters to apply for a PhD, but it's often beneficial. Arts and Humanities subjects prefer students to have some experience of postgraduate-level work before starting a doctorate. STEM subjects are more likely to accept applications straight from undergraduate level, but having a Masters could increase your chances of winning a funded place.Read More
A Masters degree, or its international equivalent, is often required for entry onto a PhD and this is usually the case in arts and humanities subjects. In the sciences, however, students can sometimes progress directly to a PhD after their undergraduate degree.Read More
Typically postgraduate study will take at least 3 years to complete, and will involve a combination of both academic and practical work. The exact nature of the training you will need to complete will depend on the field of psychology you want to work in. In order to pursue a postgraduate qualification you will normally need to have a 2:1 or higher from an undergraduate degree accredited by.Read More
If you want to be a clinical psychologist you'll have to get onto a training course (DClinPsy) - you don't need a PhD for this (although a few people applying may have one the majority of applicants won't). You don't need a masters either but there will be many other people applying who do have a masters, but experience is a lot more important.Read More
The PhD in History of Art is a three year research degree offering the opportunity for independent research under the supervision of an expert departmental member of staff. The Department of History of Art has expertise and welcomes candidates in many areas of history of art and architectural research, but is unable to offer places to candidates for whom no supervisor is available. Applicants.Read More
I've got to grips with it now but at the start it was quite daunting to realise you didn't know enough already. I'm planning to do a PhD and then become a lecturer so this is a vital step towards.Read More
A Cambridge PhD is intellectually demanding and you will need to have a high level of attainment and motivation to pursue this programme of advanced study and research. In most faculties a candidate is expected to have completed one year of postgraduate study, normally on a research preparation master's course, prior to starting a PhD. Completion normally requires three or four years of full.Read More
Here's what you need to reflect on before making the leap. 1. What is your motive for getting a PhD? Examine your true motivation for wanting to earn a PhD and how the degree makes sense within your larger plan. Despite the obstacles, people stay in doctorate programs because they enjoy learning for learning's sake. They relish the opportunity to tackle intellectual problems and explore new.Read More