Doctor of Philosophy The degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is the University's principal research degree for graduate students and is available in all faculties and departments. A Cambridge PhD is intellectually demanding and you will need to have a high level of attainment and motivation to pursue this programme of advanced study and research.
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The University of Cambridge offers over 300 postgraduate courses. The following directories are available to help you find your course or studentship, explore information about your department and understand more about the qualification you will be awarded.University of Cambridge. We are one of the world's oldest universities and leading academic centres, and a self-governed community of scholars. Cambridge comprises 31 Colleges and over 150 departments, faculties, schools and other institutions.In Cambridge, you will find all types of study programmes, from undergraduate and graduate degrees (Bachelors, Masters and doctorates), to part-time (online) courses, continual professional development and short courses (certificates and diploma studies).
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About FindAPhD. We’ve been helping students find and compare PhD research projects and programmes for over 15 years. As well as listing doctoral opportunities and scholarships, we also provide a wide range of advice on postgraduate research and funding. Our study guides will help you find the right PhD and explain what doing a PhD is actually like. We’ve also put together information on.
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We offer 30 undergraduate courses at Cambridge covering more than 65 subject areas. If the subject you wish to study doesn’t appear in one of the course titles below, try the Course Search (by subject, see right) to see which course(s) covers the discipline you're interested in studying.
The PhD in Criminology is an advanced research degree, awarded on the basis of the preparation and presentation of a substantial piece of independent and original academic research. The Institute of Criminology offers both full-time and part-time PhD programmes, and each year approximately eight new PhD students are admitted.
Reading a degree at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law offers an intellectually challenging and rewarding experience, undertaken in a uniquely inspiring environment and rigorously taught and guided by some of the world's leading experts. This section of the website provides information relating to the courses studied at the Faculty.
Cambridge courses encompass a large number of subject areas. If you can't find the subject you wish to study from the course listing, use the Course Search (see right) to find which courses cover the discipline you're interested in studying. Leave the subject field blank to view all subjects.
Land Economy offers a full-time PhD programme. The Department currently has over 70 PhD students at different stages of the programme, working in a range of areas. The Department is part of the University's ESRC Doctoral Training Centre for Social Sciences.
University of Cambridge Department of Biochemistry Our lab are interested in cell signalling via small G proteins of the Ras superfamily. We use a range of biochemical, biophysical and structural approaches to understand these fascinating proteins, which are involved in multiple cellular processes and are often deregulated in diseases such as cancer.
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