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Why study this course?
If you have a thirst and passion for your subject and want to extend the boundaries of your own knowledge, doctorate study may be your next step. You will become part of a research active community, investigating and exploring a broad range of topics.
As a member of this community, you will work alongside peers, with tutors and complete supervised independent research.
You may choose to follow either a PhD part- or full-time or the EdD which is only available as a part-time course. Whichever route you choose, you will become part of a vibrant community that is actively engaged in new knowledge creation.
Enquiries about our Doctoral courses should be directed to Dr Sheine Peart, Reader in Access, Equality and Inclusion. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
When studying at BGU you will work closely with our specialist academic staff to conduct your own original research project.
We welcome applications from a broad field of disciplines including
- Education (from Early Years to Higher Education incorporating alternative and informal education)
- Educational Leadership and Management
- English Literature and Literacies
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
- History, Heritage and Archaeology
- Theology, Religion and Education
If your specialist interest is not listed, please contact Dr Sheine Peart, Reader in Access, Equality and Inclusion, for an informal discussion about your project. Email email@example.com