Counselling, Psychotherapy and Applied Social Sciences

PhD Health in Social Science

Doctoral research students are a new and crucial part of the Counselling, Psychotherapy and Applied Social Sciences research community and we welcome applications from potential students in our fields of research interest.

Start date

September and January. 

Length of study Three years full-time, six years part-time
Programme director Contact Dr Marisa de Andrade

Why study this programme?

Doctoral study provides the opportunity to carry out a substantial piece of research guided by expert supervisors.

Supervision and Student Research

Each student is supported by two supervisors who are able to provide expert guidance to help you develop your thesis.

Programme structure

The PhD programme runs over three years full-time and six years part-time. The programme structure allows some leeway for writing up, and maximum periods of study are fours years full-time and seven years part-time.

Entry requirements

Please ensure you have read the entry requirements for this programme and are confident you are meeting the criteria before applying online.

How to apply

We operate a gathered field approach for PhD applications. Find out how to apply.

Tuition Fees information

Related links

PhD by Distance

Scholarships and Student Funding Information