PhD Programme

Sujani Ariyadasa

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree involves extensive, sustained and original research and study, with the results being presented in a thesis which will contribute to intellectual knowledge of the field.

Enrolment in a PhD requires completion of an honours or master’s degree to a high standard (typically first-class or second-class division one). You must have completed an independent research project/dissertation or thesis as part of your previous degree/s.

Our academics regularly recruit PhD students to work on our flagship research projects. See our scholarships page for current opportunities. 

The first step is to read about our research and see if your areas of interest are covered by BIC's research.

Next, find out which BIC staff are involved in your area of interest and get in contact with them to see if there is mutual interest in a research topic.

Then investigate the scholarships and other support that are available to help you study at BIC.

Finally, to take the next step to apply to study at BIC:

More information

For further information about the UC PhD programme see: