PhD — The University of Brighton.
University of Brighton as being equivalent, and which is normally relevant to the programme of study proposed and appropriate professional experience; or. ii) substantial appropriate research or professional experience at postgraduate level which resulted in published work, written reports or other appropriate evidence.
Wittenborg offers 4 year PhD research degrees together with its UK partner, the University of Brighton. Students study at Wittenborg in the Apeldoorn Doctoral College, and have two supervisors, one from the University of Brighton and one from Wittenborg. The PhD degree is awarded by the University of Brighton.
The PhD by Publicationa route open only to those with substantial existing research publications, representing a systematic study in single or related fields and a distinctive contribution to knowledge. This represents a different route through which to obtain the University of Brighton PhD, but it is equivalent in standard and quality to.
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