Types of Doctorates
Learn about the different types of Doctorates available to you, including their eligibility, durations, fees and benefits. Find out which one would be most beneficial to you.
Professional doctorates are advanced postgraduate degrees that combine taught components with independent research in a student’s area of expertise. Find out what they involve.
An Integrated Masters with a PhD is a relatively new form of Postgraduate study, but what exactly are they and who are they for? We explain all.
Contemplating whether to do a PhD or just want to find out more? We explore all aspects of PhD life, from what it involves to the benefits it provides.
GTAs are postgraduate research students who support academic and faculty staff members with their teaching responsibility. Learn more about what this involves.
‘MPhil’ stands for ‘Master of Philosophy’ and is an advance postgraduate degree. Learn about what’s involved, how much it costs and what you can do afterwards.
Whilst the core activities of a part time PhD are identical of that to a full time PhD, its organisation is different. Learn more here.
This article will explain the key differences between a PhD and a MD, from program structure and length to career outlook.
A PsyD is a Doctor of Psychology. How does this differ to a PhD? Which is better? We answer these questions and explain the details of a PsyD program.
Deciding between a Second Masters and a PhD can be a tough decision, so we’ve outlined their pros, cons and differences – to help you make the right decision!
Transitioning from undergraduate to postgraduate level is relatively simple once you know what their differences are. Our page compares these two modes of study.
An MPhil and an MSc may seem similar, but they lead to two very different paths. Find out which one is for you.
Discover the difference between a Master’s degree and a PhD doctorate degree, and find out which one is best for you.
A PhD by publication is a less common route to a PhD. Find out exactly what one is, how it normally works and what the advantages and disadvantages are.
A Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) is equivalent to a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), however, there are fundamental differences between the two; learn what they are here.
There is a common misconception that a DPhil and PhD are two different degrees. This is not the case; find out why here.
Gain valuable insight from our collection of exclusive interviews with both current and past PhD students. Learn from their best advice, personal challenges and career path after completing their doctorate.View Overview