Studies at the doctoral level aim to give you the opportunity to advance your training and knowledge in a specific academic field. Your skills as an academic develop at the same time as you broaden your competence in the area of independent problem formulation and critical assessment of the various elements that form part of the research process.
Upon completion of your doctoral programme, you will have gained a deep understanding as well as specialised skills within your field, and be equipped to conduct research on an independent basis.
Doctoral studies are an important component in the mandate of the University and by embarking on such studies with us, you too will become key to the research taking place here.
Doctoral Positions: Applications
There are no fixed application deadlines for our doctoral programmes. A doctoral position is a paid position, with funding from either the university itself or an external funding body.
Courses at doctoral level
Your programme will comprise courses, seminars, conferences, and research that you yourself conduct with the support of a supervisor. This can result in a licentiate degree (120 credits) or a doctoral degree (240 credits).
Doctoral Abstracts and Theses
Here we present a list of doctoral theses and abstracts by doctoral students from our various fields of study.
Doctoral Studies Coordinator