Interdisciplinary Ph.D?


Addie

I am looking for recommendations for universities (anywhere) that have strong offerings in interdisciplinary Ph.D. programmes. My topic has a strong practical application in human rights and international criminal law, and the fields that I would like to ground the Ph.D. in are law, naturally, and psychology.

Any suggestions as to academic institutions that might be a suitable home for me and my Ph.D. are welcome.

I am looking for recommendations for universities (anywhere) that have strong offerings in interdisciplinary Ph.D. programmes. My topic has a strong practical application in human rights and international criminal law, and the fields that I would like to ground the Ph.D. in are law, naturally, and psychology.

Any suggestions as to academic institutions that might be a suitable home for me and my Ph.D. are welcome.
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nzp

Hi there

I'm in the process of putting together my PhD proposal and I'm working with a brilliant law Professor at the University of New England in Armidale in New South Wales Australia. My understanding is that UNE ordinarily has a main supervisor and a secondary supervisor from a different facility (if appropriate) or even an adjunct professor if they don't have any staff suitably experienced to supervise. UNE allow people to complete a PhD by distance.

Good luck finding somewhere!

Hi there

I'm in the process of putting together my PhD proposal and I'm working with a brilliant law Professor at the University of New England in Armidale in New South Wales Australia. My understanding is that UNE ordinarily has a main supervisor and a secondary supervisor from a different facility (if appropriate) or even an adjunct professor if they don't have any staff suitably experienced to supervise. UNE allow people to complete a PhD by distance.

Good luck finding somewhere!

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