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PhD (Integrated) in Education. If you have a research study in mind that would make an original contribution to your chosen field but do not have a Master’s degree that included a significant research element, our Integrated PhD may be the right choice for you.
Year 1 of the PhD (Integrated) is an intensive year of study that involves the completion of coursework units and a minor thesis conceptualised as a sub-project of the planned PhD. It provides a strong foundation for Years 2-4 of the degree when students continue with their doctoral research.
Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Course Code: 210. The Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) is a four-year degree which integrates a traditional three-year PhD thesis with one year of coursework, thereby combining generic research training and discipline-specific content into a single degree.
Integrated definition, combining or coordinating separate elements so as to provide a harmonious, interrelated whole: an integrated plot; an integrated course of study. See more.
The Linguistics and English Language, Integrated PhD (IPhD) at the Newcastle University is for those who haven't completed a programme that leads to PhD study. It will suit those with a background in linguistics, English Language or related disciplines. You'll strengthen your knowledge base and research skills before embarking on writing a thesis.
Hi Somen,Integrated PhD is a 4 year PhD programme which involves students taking postgraduate level courses and a dissertation during their first year before progressing onto standard PhD research. It is similar to spending one year studying for a Statistics MSc followed by three years on a PhD.
The Brunel Integrated PhD combines PhD research with a programme of structured research, professional and subject training. The programme typically takes 4 years (compared to 3 years for a non-integrated PhD programme). On successful completion, you will be awarded a PhD with an Integrated Postgraduate Diploma in Research in your chosen subject specialisation.