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There are two possible modes of study towards obtaining a PhD degree of The University of Sheffield through the Doctoral Programme of SEERC, both of which typically involve joint supervision by academic staff from a Faculty at Sheffield and the University's International Faculty - City College:

 

A) Full Time programme: The duration is 3 years (normally) and it requires full-time commitment on the part of the PhD student, which means that one would have to be physically present at SEERC premises, in Thessaloniki. 

 

B) Part Time programme: The duration is 6 to 8 years (normally). To be eligible for a part-time PhD the candidate should be able to prove significant experience in their selected field. In this case, the PhD student has the obligation of a minimum of one visit to Thessaloniki annually for supervision purposes (both with the City College and Sheffield supervisor). All other communication with supervisors occurs via e-mail and telephone.

Part of the PhD programme involves the Doctoral Development Programme (DDP). The DDP concerns both Full Time and Part Time Students. Its main target is to enhance and broad the range of skills of the PhD candidates. Further information on the DDP can be found at the following link: http://www.shef.ac.uk/ris/pgr/ddpportal 

 

We accept proposals from qualified students, either for part-time or full-time study on a tuition paying scheme. For information on tuition fees please send an e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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