Difference between revisions of "Ph.D"

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A Ph.D is a [[degree]] which refers to the [[qualification]] awarded after successfull completion of the so-called [[third cycle]] in the [[Qualifications Framework of the European Higher Education Area]]. The [[degree]] requires approximately three or four years of research.
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Ph.D refers to Doctor of Philosophy. A person who attains a doctorate of philosophy is awarded the Doctorate degree.
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Latest revision as of 08:30, 22 October 2013

Ph.D refers to Doctor of Philosophy. A person who attains a doctorate of philosophy is awarded the Doctorate degree.

A Doctorate degree is the third-level higher education award. It refers to the third cycle in the Qualifications Framework of the European Higher Education Area. The degree usually requires a three to four years of study, mostly as a period of research.

See also

Degrees