PhD by Published Works - warwick.ac.uk.
A PhD by publication is a postgraduate research degree that's based on research you've already undertaken and had published (excluding self-publishing) before registering with us. Peer-reviewed academic papers, complete books or chapters in anthologies, and any other materials accepted for publication, exhibited or performed are all eligible.
A PhD by Publication is a less conventional doctorate gained through previously published work. Our guide explains who is eligible for this route, what it involves and how to apply. A PhD by Publication is a less conventional doctorate gained through previously published work.
A route designed for experienced clinicians and researchers with a significant body of published work (journal articles, academic publications or papers). You’ll adapt your existing published material plus a critical commentary to gain a doctoral qualification.
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A PhD by published work allows you to apply for a research degree on the basis of work you have already undertaken and had published, as opposed to work undertaken as a student of the University. You will need to pay registration and submission fees, but not tuition fees.
Jackson, Robert (1993) The interrelationship between religious education and religious studies: paper to accompany materials submitted for PhD by published work. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. K.
The PhD by publication is an option increasingly available to doctoral candidates. This model can be a great way to build an academic profile but has unique challenges of its own too.