PhD research degrees offer you an opportunity to spend an extended period working on an advanced topic. Details on the topics are available from each academic link below.
Accounting and Finance
Art and Design
Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy
Doctoral research is part of the Centre's overall research and training activities, featured with multidisciplinary perspectives. Most of the PhD research at the CEPMLP involves different aspects of the natural resources industry from economic, legal-regulatory, and political prospects. Reflecting the major concerns of our times, there is also growing research interest in the law and governance of renewable energy and climate change related issues.
Computing academia is highly rated for its research and you will have the chance to work alongside leading researchers in their areas of interest which include artificial Intelligence, human-computer interaction, mathematical applications, programming languages, computer vision and space technology.
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (DJCAD)
DJCAD welcome applications from excellent candidates who are keen to join a vibrant research community.
Education and Social Work
Students come from all over the world and there is a strong community that students can draw on academically and non-academically.
Studying for a research degree in Humanities offers the exciting prospect of working at the frontiers of knowledge under the supervision of an expert and in the company of equally enthusiastic and dedicated fellow researchers.
Life Sciences Research
Nursing & Health Sciences
Science & Engineering
More than 80 research students, representing many different nationalities, tapping into a global research environment and culture.
Scottish Graduate School of Social Science
We welcome applications for fully-funded PhDs to 8 disciplinary pathways, as part of the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science (a Doctoral Training Partnership funded by ESRC).
The 8 disciplines at Dundee are:
- Human Geography
- Environment and Urban Planning
- Psychology; Linguistics
- Health, Families, Relationships and Demographic Change
- Economic and Social History
- Socio-Legal Studies and Criminology.
There is an Open Competition, plus four focused competitions – Advanced Quantitative Methods; ESRC Datasets; Interdisciplinary with another Research Council; and Skills Development Scotland. And the Collaborative competition, where the PhD is a partnership with an external organisation.
University of Dundee main contact is Dr. Ed Hall firstname.lastname@example.org Our internal deadline is 3rd February.