PhD in Australia
A PhD in Australia trains students to excel in
their area of research, teaching and administration. PhD in
Australia is the highest awarded degree offered by
Australian universities in different disciplines. The doctoral
degree includes a review of the relevant literature, an original
research project and a well ordered thesis. For students who wish
to pursue PhD in
Australia, every year there are research scholarships
such as the international postgraduate research scholarships
(IPRS), university scholarships, alumni scholarships and also
government scholarships which are from the Australian Government.
These scholarships are granted to students with excellent academic
grades and research background. Among the Australian university
groups is the Innovative Research Universities (IRU) including 7
universities established as research-based universities. For
complete list of IDP Partner Australian Universities, click here.
PhD in UK
PhD in UK provides professional, self-motivated
researchers with the freedom to explore their chosen subject.
Pursuing a PhD in UK involves three years of
research supported by subject-specific and generic skills training.
There are no formal written examinations; students produce an
externally examined written thesis and are to be present for an
oral examination. To be successful in PhD in UK,
you need to have a strong interest in the subject and are required
to demonstrate intellectual independence, time-management skills
and self-discipline. You must decide what topic you would like to
explore and be sure that you already have appropriate academic
qualifications and relevant experience in the area of pursuing
PhD in UK. For complete list of IDP
Partner UK Universities, click here.