Uwc phd thesis

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Honours in Development Studies

The UWC School of Public Health (SOPH) welcomes your interest in its PhD Programme. At present we are offering an academically oriented doctorate by thesis only, which implies a very large research project, either written up in a full thesis, or in a format of manuscripts with a beginning and ending sections forming part of the whole thesis. The thesis is usually 80, words in length. The PhD does not require that you be resident in Cape Town for the full duration of study, but you should plan to spend at least six months in residence during your studies. Please kindly note that different regulations might be . It usually takes between three and five years to complete your thesis, depending on the time you are able to commit to your research and writing. There is no course work or structured programme attached to the thesis. Our programme is small, because we have a .

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Institute for Social Development

UWC Research Repository. Welcome to the UWC Research Repository. The repository is a service that stores, distributes and displays digital copies of research output of UWC faculty. Search across the entire collection or browse amongst the research communities associated with our faculties. UWC at a Glance Mission, Vision & History Our Campus Leadership Work at UWC Support UWC Alumni. Admission & Masters and PhD by Thesis in Development Studies ; The PhD programme is research led and requires students to undertake rigorous and extensive research in . UWC Electronic Theses and Dissertations Repository The University of the Western Cape electronic theses and dissertations repository holds full-text theses submitted for degree purposes since , with selected titles prior to Access to the complete theses (print) collection is available via the online catalogue.

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Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences

UWC Research Repository. Welcome to the UWC Research Repository. The repository is a service that stores, distributes and displays digital copies of research output of UWC faculty. Search across the entire collection or browse amongst the research communities associated with our faculties. It usually takes between three and five years to complete your thesis, depending on the time you are able to commit to your research and writing. There is no course work or structured programme attached to the thesis. Our programme is small, because we have a . The UWC School of Public Health (SOPH) welcomes your interest in its PhD Programme. At present we are offering an academically oriented doctorate by thesis only, which implies a very large research project, either written up in a full thesis, or in a format of manuscripts with a beginning and ending sections forming part of the whole thesis.

University of the Western Cape - School of Public Health - PhD in Public Health
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Closing Dates

UWC at a Glance Mission, Vision & History Our Campus Leadership Work at UWC Support UWC Alumni. Admission & Masters and PhD by Thesis in Development Studies ; The PhD programme is research led and requires students to undertake rigorous and extensive research in . The objective of this thesis is to assess the impact and influence of South Africa's Constitutional Court in the first two years of our democracy. To achieve this . It usually takes between three and five years to complete your thesis, depending on the time you are able to commit to your research and writing. There is no course work or structured programme attached to the thesis. Our programme is small, because we have a .

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Faculty of EMS

It usually takes between three and five years to complete your thesis, depending on the time you are able to commit to your research and writing. There is no course work or structured programme attached to the thesis. Our programme is small, because we have a . The objective of this thesis is to assess the impact and influence of South Africa's Constitutional Court in the first two years of our democracy. To achieve this . A dissertation submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Philosophiae Doctor (PhD) School of Government (SOG) Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences (EMS) University of the Western Cape (UWC) Supervised by Professor Michelle Vera Esau. November