|Doctor of Philosophy Programme in Human Rights and Peace Studies (International Programme)|
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|Monday, 20 September 2010 16:49|
provides mid-career professionals or researchers an opportunity to deepen their knowledge in human rights and peace studies and to undertake a major research project in these areas. The PhD Programme, which began in 2006, is one of the few interdisciplinary PhDs in human rights and peace in the world, and is recognized for its innovative study programme. The medium of teaching is English.
As the only PhD in human rights and peace in Asia, this Programme offers its students a unique opportunity to engage, in depth, with the important issues of human rights and peace in the world today. The objectives of the Programme are to produce graduates who:
- Have thorough knowledge of theories and concepts of human rights and peace
- Have highly qualifies research skills and an ability to manage complex research projects
- Are capable of applying their knowledge of human rights and peace, in a practical way, to real life situations.
Students are required to complete two semesters of coursework (taking one year) followed by three to five semesters of research to finish their PhD thesis. The coursework is seminar based, for which students will work closely with noted academics and practitioners of human rights and peace from Asia and other regions. The coursework consists of the following subjects:
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