PhD in Intellectual History

On campus learning,

Full Time, Part Time,

Doctoral and postdoctoral

The total service fee for this program:

€ 299

Pre payment for this program:

€ 99

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ABOUT

Studying PhD in Intellectual History at the University of Buckingham in England:

The PhD in Intellectual History is an advanced research degree, awarded on the basis of a thesis and an oral viva voce examination. The primary purpose of the PhD is the preparation and presentation of a substantial piece of independent and original academic research, completed in three years if studying full-time and usually six years if studying part-time. There is also the possibility of early submission in cases where the student makes particularly rapid progress.

 

Necessary information:

  • Duration: 3Years/6Years
  • Degree awarded by: The University of Buckingham in England
  • Admission criteria: Master’s degree
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Tuition fee for the full program: 40,293
  • Application fee: 0
  • Currency: pound
  • Type: Full-time – part-time
  • Format: In-person

 

Curriculum:

There is an enormously broad range of possible thesis subjects in Intellectual History, including any field of human intellectual endeavor. This could range from the history of philosophy or the development of scientific inquiry to the formation, transformation, and practical utilization of any brand of political ideology or economic theory. Given sufficient evidence to illuminate it, almost any aspect of the history of ideas may potentially form an appropriate focus of study. The definition of the PhD subject is an iterative process, and it is usual for the candidate’s first thoughts on the topic to be modified in the course of the first year of study.

 

Career opportunity:

The University of Buckingham PhD is intended to impart all the skills necessary for the student to work as an independent researcher and writer – skills that are valued by both academic and non-academic employers. But the PhD can be undertaken just as fulfillingly as an exercise in the pursuit of knowledge for its own sake, and as a means of exploring areas of inquiry that are of particular interest to the student. A number of the most successful student researchers are those who take up doctoral study at the end of a successful career in a different field or profession.

 

Application Requirements:

  • Applicants are normally expected to have a first or upper second-class degree or significant relevant experience. Age is usually an irrelevancy and the University of Buckingham’s current doctoral students range in age from those in their twenties to those in their seventies. Academic ability is the only criterion regarded as relevant.
  • Wherever possible, students are encouraged to begin their studies at the start of the academic year (in September), in order to be in step with their peers. Where this is not possible, however, entry points exist at the start of each academic term.

 

English language requirements:

  • The university offers English foundation courses which are designed to prepare you for university study. Successful completion of these allows progression to various degrees at The University of Buckingham if the relevant academic requirements have been met.
  • The IELTS and TOEFL standard of English Language levels listed below are applicable to all postgraduate courses:
Language certificate Overall score
IELTS 6.5
TOEFL (iBT) 79
Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) 59-65
Skills for English B2 Pass with Merit
WAEC Minimum grade for entry is C4, B3, B2 and A1
Language Cert IESOL B2 Level Minimum score 38/50 per skill

 

Deadlines and intakes:

Available start dates: Sep 2023/ Jan 2024/ Apr 2024

Intakes:

  • September 2023 intake: International students apply by 1 September 2023
  • January 2024 intake: International students apply by 24 November 2023

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Expenses (GBP)

Tuition

6,716

GBP

Application Fee

0

GBP

Program expenses

University & General Expenses

Living cost: 10,000 / Yearly
Accommodation (including utilities): 7,500 / Yearly
Food: 1,200 / Yearly
Clothing: 400 / Yearly
Laundry: 200 / Yearly
Telephone: 400 / Yearly
Entertainment: 800 / Yearly
UK travel: 250 / Yearly
Books: 250 / Yearly

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)

80

IELTS
6.5
TOEFL (iBT)
79

accommodation

Buckingham university offers accommodation to its students with free insurance, in fact, the best student insurance of the country. All the residences are equipped with necessary facilities like WiFi, heating, lighting, vacuum cleaners, Launderettes, wardrobe, shower, wash basin and WC, as well as kitchen necessities like microwaves, freezers, kettles and toasters. It is worth mentioning that the security in campus is extremely important to the staff. The 24-hour security ensures that.

The university offers different types of residences with different prices and different facilities and amenities. The Sunley House consists of 39 ensuite rooms and costs £170 a week. Norton’s Place, which includes 8 rooms, costs £205 a week and is suitable for couples. Hailsham House has 43 Premium ensuite, that cost £170 a week and 42 standard rooms, all of which cost £130 per week.

Hutber House includes 20 Standard rooms that cost £130 a week. Bishops Court holds 32 flats that cost between £130 to £140 a week, the price varies based on the level of the privacy of the rooms. Mitre Court consists of 22 Flats with standard rooms and cost £130 and 7 self-contained Flats that cost roughly £205 a week. Beloff House holds 66 Ensuites that cost up to £140 per week. The university offers many more accommodation options in different parts of the city with similar facilities and costs.

After Graduation

The Careers and Employability Service supports students as they prepare for the future. This includes:

  • exploring career and further study options
  • developing the professional skills and self-awareness that employers value
  • accessing employment, placements and work experience
  • preparing for success in a competitive graduate job market

Buckingham University offers one-to-one careers consultations, on-demand mock interviews, and an online hub of resources to support career preparation and job hunting. Its popular workshops run every term and it works closely with academic faculties to tailor these to students’ needs. Students also have the opportunity to interact with recruiters and professionals, including Buckingham alumni from around the world, at our guest speaker events.

This University typically offers a mix of both virtual and on-campus activities throughout the year, giving students, employers and guest speakers the flexibility to to engage remotely or in person.

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PhD in Intellectual History

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Doctoral and postdoctoral

University of Buckingham

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Tuition
Deadline

6,716

Deadline

Application Fee

Deadline

0

Deadline
Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)

80