PhD/MPhil Nursing Studies
The PhD/MPhil Nursing Studies programme is an advanced 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.
Recommended start dates are September and January.
You should submit your application at least two months before the proposed start date.
|Length of study||
MPhil: two years full-time, four years part-time
PhD: three years full-time, six years part-time
|Programme director||Dr Sheila Rodgers|
Why study this programme?
Contents and structure
Potential PhD titles
How to apply
PhD MPhil progression table
Doctoral Training Fellowship Opportunity
The British Geriatrics Society has partnered with the Dunhill Medical Trust to co-fund three Doctoral Training Fellowships to support front-line health professionals undertake research relevant to age-related diseases and frailty. Eligible candidates include doctors, nurses and allied health professionals working with older people. One award will be made per year over the next three years, with each award covering the costs of a three-year Fellowship.
Applications close 2nd August 2019