PhD/MPhil Nursing Studies
The PhD/MPhil Nursing Studies programme is an advanced postgraduate research degree for students wishing to conduct in-depth independent research on an area to contribute to nursing knowledge and evidence. It offers the student a chance to make a significant contribution to knowledge in nursing.
September and January.
|Length of study||
MPhil: two years full-time, four years part-time
PhD: three years full-time, six years part-time
|Programme director||Dr Larry Doi|
Why study this programme?
Reasons why you should study this programme.
Find out how your research will be structured.
Student Research and Potential Supervision
A list of potential PhD topics that can be supervised by Nursing Studies staff.
Entry requirements for the PhD/MPhil in Nursing Studies.
We operate a gathered field approach for PhD and MSc by Research applications, find out how this works.
Find out about our current PhD students and previous PhD students that have completed in Nursing Studies at the University of Edinburgh since 1960.
Visit the funding & scholarship webpages to browse the opportunities available across our subject areas
Other relevant programmes of study:
Our PhD Health in Social Science programme is a School wide PhD for those interested in wider Health issues and for those who wish to undertake a Health related PhD but are not nurses.