PhD Child and Youth Research
PhD in Child and Youth Research
The Structured PhD in Child and Youth Research is a joint initiave between the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, the School of Political Science and Sociology & the school of Psychology.
The structured PhD in Child and Youth Research aims to:
- Prepare graduates to conduct advanced policy and practice-relevant research and programme evaluation with children and young people.
- Develop participants’ knowledge and skills in key theoretical, methodological, policy and practice areas relating to children.
- Provide graduates with the set of generic work-skills to facilitate their successful entry into a range of employment settings.
This interdisciplinary programme responds to an identified need for researchers with the requisite, high-level and wide-ranging experience and skills to undertake the kind of work that is needed in an evidence-informed policy environment.
For further information see here.