SCHOOL OF RESEARCH

SCHOOL OF RESEARCH

Ph.D

M.Phil

  • The Master of Philosophy is a research-based degree that equips students with the comprehensive, integrated research skills they need to take advantage of recent advancements in interdisciplinary pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences fields. The students will conduct research projects in important areas of specialised research and will be equipped on a national and international level to progress their academic careers in teaching and research, find jobs in the pharmaceutical industry or the public sector, and pursue their PhDs. There are opportunities for students to collaborate with highly skilled academic staff members and exchange research concepts with peers from various backgrounds. Graduates of this programme will be equipped with the knowledge, practical experience, and self-assurance to carry out their own independent research in a variety of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences fields.
  • A research programme for those who want to be inspired by innovation and/or discovery in a changing global environment is the Doctor of Philosophy (Computer Science) degree. With the help of this programme, graduate students can gain a solid foundation in the algorithmic underpinnings of computing, engage in scientific research in a range of computer science or IT-related fields, and become skilled at applying computational thinking to a variety of applications in computer science and beyond that may cross disciplinary boundaries. Graduates of this degree would pursue higher value tasks such as developing intellectual property, designing, and integrating systems, and solving complex issues that have an influence on the actual world.
  • For students interested in any of the many areas of educational study, there is a research-focused doctoral programme called the Doctor of Philosophy (Education). The primary goal of the PhD is to prepare a sizable original research project that significantly advances knowledge. The PhD dissertation evaluation and the candidate's performance in the oral examination serve as the only criteria used to determine the degree's ultimate award. In order to get ready for their own research project, enrolled students are obliged to take a set of research courses. A maximum of two supervisors will be given to them to direct them. The normal time commitment for a student's research project is two to four years, with a proposal taking one to two years.