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About the course
Doctor of Philosophy in Education (By Research) course is a broad approach programme where educational research focuses not only on processes at different levels related to institutions like pre-schools and schools, colleges and universities but also to other formal and informal institutions and arenas, like the family, different organizations, and different informal settings where upbringing, teaching and learning take place. The programme is aimed at developing student’s professional knowledge and understanding in the context of educational research which will enable them to meaningfully contribute to solving educational problems, nationally and internationally. A Doctor of Philosophy in Education (By Research) course can be a major step in either launching your career or in reaching your employment aspirations. Even though all PhD topics are different, all students will research a subject in great depth, acquire advanced skills in practical and intellectual problem-solving and critical analysis of theories and evidence, and contribute to an extensive piece of original work to the field of education. Your research topic could relate to any aspect of the theory, policy or practice of education and may be drawn from any phase of education, including early years and post-compulsory education.
- Students are provided with a rich exposure to fundamental theories and concepts associated with education, as well as current issues and trends in teaching and learning.
- The programme aims, objectives and learning outcomes of Doctor of Philosophy in Education incorporate issues of leadership, social responsibility, scholarship, community involvement, ethical values and professionalism
- Students are also guided to employ appropriate research methods and designs to examine and explore critical matters relevant to education at all levels.
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