PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

The doctoral programme Educational StudiesEducational Leadership and Policy aims to research in matters of Leadership and Policy in Education:

-Successful school leadership

-School leadership and emergency situations/ times of uncertainty 

-Inclusive school leadership

-School leadership and external school dimension 

 

EUROPEAN CREDIT TRANSFER SYSTEM – ECTS: 180

TEACHING LANGUAGE:  Greek

LEVEL: Doctorate

DEGREE AWARDED: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

 

Note:

Those interested in applying for the Doctoral Programme should include the following information in the "Statement of Interest":

  • A Preliminary Title of the Doctoral Thesis
  • A Summary of a 300-word research proposal, which will necessarily include the following:
  • Description of the goal / purpose
  • The importance of the research
  • Review of the bibliography
  • Brief reference to the proposed research methodology.
  • Scientific and other Distinctions
  • Scientific and Research Activities
  • Research Areas

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

PhD candidates must have a Master Degree in Educational Sciences in scientific disciplines relevant to the above fields of study and have at least two years of work experience in the field of education.

 

TUITION FEES

Tuition fees for doctoral programs amounts to €675 per semester for the first six (6) semesters. In case the study lasts longer, then the following applies: for the first four (4) and the last two (2) semesters, the cost amounts to €675 per semester and for the remaining semesters, the cost amounts to €100 per semester. No tuition is paid for the "Academic Writing (DXXX796)" and the "Research Methodology (DXXXX795)", which are mandatory at the beginning of the study.

 

Internal Regulations for Doctoral Studies (Revised)

 

APPLICATIONS

Applications can be submitted exclusively online:

Αιτήσεις Αγγ χωρίς ημερομηνίσ

Application dates for the fall semester of the Academic year 2024-2025 will be announced within the next few days.

 

For more details, please contact the Secretary of the Programme, Assistant Professor, Antonios Kafaantonios.kafa@ouc.ac.cy or Mrs Vasiliki Vasiliou, vasiliki.vasiliou@ouc.ac.cy00357-22411988.