The PhD in Engineering programme is highly research-intensive. It aims to train engineering scientists who will devote their professional careers to the development of fundamental knowledge and technology from which applications will emerge. Itis designed to provide students with intensive advanced training in research that leads to the highest level of scholarly achievement. Graduates are expected to integrate research practices and procedures with their industrial and professional responsibilities. PhD students will also benefit from professional development opportunities with a focus on soft skills, including communication, leadership and entrepreneurship.
Minimum: 3 years
Maximum: 6 years
Minimum: 4 years
Maximum: 8 years
1. Applicants for the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programme must possess:
(a) Recognized Master’s degree in Engineering or its equivalent; OR
(b) Other qualifications equivalent to a Master’s degree that are accepted by the Senate.
2. Candidates currently pursuing the Master’s programme by research in the University, and who are recommended by the Postgraduate Committee to upgrade their status to a Doctoral programme can also be considered, subject to the University Senate’s approval.