Terminology[ edit ] The degree is abbreviated PhD sometimes Ph. All of these faculties awarded intermediate degrees bachelor of arts, of theology, of laws, of medicine and final degrees. The doctorates in the higher faculties were quite different from the current PhD degree in that they were awarded for advanced scholarship, not original research. No dissertation or original work was required, only lengthy residency requirements and examinations.
Interdisciplinary Doctor in Interdisciplinary Studies If your research topic is interdisciplinary in a way it crosses faculty boundaries, you can choose to apply for an Interdisciplary PhD.
For practical reasons you will however still be linked to a faculty: Before you begin Before you can start a PhD research, there are some important things you need to consider: Do you really want to study for a PhD degree?
It is not an easy task. You should expect it to take 4 to 6 years of full-time work and sometimes even longer. Do you have a Masters degree? The default requirement for admission as a PhD student is a Masters degree or equivalent in a relevant field. Derogations for candidates without a Masters degree are unlikely to be granted unless the candidate has very strong research or professional credentials.
The ultimate decision about the eligibility for PhD research resides with the Faculty in which the research will be conducted. Do you have a supervisor? You need a supervisor "promotor" in Dutch. This is a professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in your research field who is willing to guide and evaluate your research.
We strongly advise you to increase your chances by going through our research pages, to see whether you can find a match between your research interests and research at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Do you have funding? You need sufficient financial means to support yourself during your stay in Brussels.
You can also check the Belgian Portal for Research and Innovation. Other administrative requirements The supplementary faculty regulations can specify additional administrative conditions.
Have a look on this website about studying in Flanders. It gives you some basic information on Flanders, the educational system, study and research programmes, funding opportunities and gives you a check list of things to bear in mind before coming to Belgium. To be admitted as a PhD candidate, candidates must hold one of the following diplomas: The supplementary faculty regulations determine which specific diploma is required for each PhD.
Supervisor and subject Besides meeting the above mentioned diploma conditions, candidates must, in order to apply for admission as a PhD candidate, also have a supervisor and have laid down their choice of subject. You can also have a look at this list of subjects. For these subjects supervisors are explicitely looking for candidates.
Keep in mind however that funding is not guaranteed. Click here for more information. There are 2 procedures: There is no deadline for applications. Applying for admission to the PhD can be done the whole year through. You will only be able to enrol, after receiving a positive answer from the Faculty.
Click here for more information on the application and enrolment procedures. Funding On this page you'll find a selection of the main funding options for PhD candidates. You'll find a section on research funding, which garantees a monthly income, and a section on bench fees and other grants that can be used to finance activities and material during the PhD project.
Links to other overviews:BS-MS Programme. The five-year BS-MS program is a flagship program of all IISERs. The IISER Pune BS-MS course aims to integrate the conventional bachelors and masters programs into a more holistic science education experience, bringing together conventional disciplines in the biological, chemical, mathematical, physical and earth sciences.
A Doctor of Philosophy (PhD, Ph.D., or DPhil; Latin Philosophiae doctor or Doctor philosophiae) is the highest academic degree awarded by universities in most countries.
PhDs are awarded for programs across the whole breadth of academic fields.
Interested students may pursue a PhD in Analytical Chemistry or a PhD in Chemistry with a physical/analytical track. These degree programs are typically .
PhD nearly takes 5 to 7 years to complete in this journey Griantek has guided nearly 7, research scholars, so far. It has also got Guide services from almost all universities.
Readily provide implementation in Java, Matlab, Ns2 & Ns3, Xilinx, etc.. Nearly 8, publications has been done by Griantek for research scholars. You’ll complete a master’s thesis based on research in chemistry, as well as a doctoral dissertation on a research topic in chemical education.
This degree option includes a teaching practicum that provides you with direct experience at the head of a college-level chemistry course. What is a PhD? Doing doctoral research and writing a doctoral dissertation leads to the highest academic degree awarded at Flemish universities: the degree of doctor of philosophy.