A Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a program of independent, supervised research assessed solely on the basis of a thesis that is examined externally.
A doctoral thesis must be a substantial and original contribution to knowledge of the subject with which it deals.
The School of Animal Biology offers many benefits to postgraduate researchers including:
If you are interested in a science thesis, but not sure about the subject, you may want to consider the following research areas of the School of Animal Biology, which include names of potential supervisors:
Alternatively you may wish to consider the other schools in the Faculty, research areas
If you are interested in a research program, discuss your of research interest with the relevant heard of research group or the Asst/Prof Harriet Mills, Graduate Research Coordinator before submitting an application.
You can also contact Dr Sato Juniper, Associate Director, Graduate Research and Scholarships, Graduate Research School.