Duration Expected to be three years FT, six years PT. Most candidates begin the programme in September; January entry may be considered.
MPhil/PhD Gerontology Research at King's College London.
Duration MPhil: two years FT, four years PT. PhD: three years FT, four-six years PT. Research degree registration normally only allowed in September.
MPhil/PhD Social Science, Health & Medicine Research in the Department for Social Science, Health and Medicine at King's College London.
Global Health & Social Medicine welcomes applications to join our lively and mutually-supportive community of doctoral students. Working on and across our key research themes, the growing community is co-located in our research lab with visiting researchers, research fellows and professors. Students benefit from our active participation in the London Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Centre (KISS-DTC), which provides leadership in relevant cross-cutting themes. Within Global Health & Social Medicine, we also offer a thriving programme of workshops, reading groups and other events.
The GHSM Doctoral School also offers training to doctoral students in the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates.
If you are interested in undertaking doctoral study in our Department, we have developed a two stage application process:
1) If you would like to apply please send your research proposal (between a minimum of 1,000 and a maximum of 1500 words) and a 2 -3 page CV (including academic grades obtained) for consideration to the Admissions Tutor, Dr Carlo Caduff by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, identify potential supervisors in our Department with a research specialism in the area that you wish to focus on in your doctoral studies.
To identify a potential supervisor in our Department, with a research specialism in the area that you wish to focus on in your doctoral studies, you can refer to our academic profiles for assistance.
2) If the Admissions Tutor encourages you to apply, you should immediately submit an online application via the application portal 'King's Apply'. Applying online makes the process easier and quicker for you, and means we can receive your application faster and more securely.
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