The new Professional Doctorate (DProf) in International Relations offers a more flexible and attractive programme of research study to those students working in a professional capacity.
Undertaken on a part-time basis, professional practice is at the heart of the DProf, which is open to experienced professionals who are employed in any area of work, including those in emerging professions and disciplines.
Today we are proud to introduce the Professional Doctorate programme.Undertaken on a part-time basis, the new Professional Doctorate (DProf) in International Relations offers a more flexible and attractive programme of research study to those students working in a professional capacity.The programme includes a series of professional projects, a number of individually tailored supplementary studies, and a written component, undertaken over 6 years (with 1 continuation year)All details about the programme can be found: https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~cstpv/study/dprof.html
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Key features include:
• the degree has a practice based rather than an exclusively institutional focus
• candidates are normally working while completing the doctorate and already possess significant professional experience
• successful completion of the degree normally leads to professional and/or organisational change that is often direct, rather than achieved through the implementation of subsequent research findings