PhD

PhD in Anthroplogy

Intake : August

Research Facilities

In most other scientific disciplines the production of knowledge is concentrated in North America, Western Europe, and East Asia, where the resources for research are more extensive than in most other parts of the world. In anthropology, on the other hand, the most interesting research sites are precisely in areas outside North America and Western Europe.

Degree Requirements

Research proposal and dissertation of 100,000 words

Entry Requirements

Second Class Honours (or equivalent)

Medium of Instruction

English

Aims and Scope

The degree is meant to equip students with the skills necessary to conduct professional social research both for applied purposes (such as survey and census administration and other policy-related issues) and for academic purposes (by providing them with the means to contribute a local perspective to the global production of sociological knowledge on Bruneian and Bornean society).

Areas of Research / Specialization

Any area within sociology and anthropology subject to relevant expertise available in the academic group

Period of Candidature

Full-time: 36 months

Assessment

Internal and external examiners

Demand

Nationally, any country needs to train a pool of social scientists not only for applied tasks, such as to conduct censuses and collect other kinds of data necessary for policy-makers, but also to have social scientists who are able to participate effectively in global academic discourse concerning their own country, culture and society.

Contact

Programme Leader, Sociology and Anthropology