Middlesex University

PhD by Public Works

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Middlesex University
En London (England)

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Tipología Postgraduate
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Interested in continue your studies? Would you like to become a PhD by Public Works?

If you have any work(s) on a single or main theme or topic already in the public domain (journal articles, books, reports, software, artistic works), these works are the base of your submission.

This degree is specifically for professionals and experts in their field who already have published work.

In this programme you'll write a context statement of 10,000 – 30,000 words under supervision to complete the submission. These degrees are equivalent in level to the PhD by thesis.

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

Requisitos: You'll need to submit public works based on a single or predominant theme – with unity, continuity, and convergent treatment among the works.

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Curso realizado: Octubre 2014
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IT
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Translations
Videos
Computer Programs
scholarly works
edited texts
photographic
musical
diagramatic

Temario

There will need to be a permanent record of the work. Your work needs to embody a research process and be in the public domain.

Examples include:

preparation of computer programs
scholarly works
edited texts
specialist reports prepared for government departments and other public bodies
translations
collections of artefacts
videos
photographic records
musical scores
diagramatic representations.
Your submission must be 'original' and 'significant'. 'Originality' is understood broadly and includes offering something not offered previously, seeing something in a new way, applying a known technique, method or model in a new way or in a new context, putting forward new arguments, or a new interpretation of an idea.