The EdD programme is designed with working professionals in mind, providing a flexible and convenient approach to further study. Undertaking an EdD will enable you to generate new knowledge to advance educational practice and policy in Aotearoa New Zealand and other contexts.
The EdD is a unique, cohort-based doctoral programme where students work with cohort lecturers for the first two years and then with their own research supervisors, who have knowledge and expertise in their area of study and a range of research methods. A Doctor of Education degree has the same status as a PhD.
In March 2022 the School of Critical Studies in Education is launching a cohort for those interested in examining how social institutions can be spaces that encourage inclusivity and sustainability.
Find out more about the Doctor of Education 2022 theme: Making Space for Inclusivity and Sustainability.
We also welcome you to register for our free webinar on Thursday 4 November to learn more about the programme and meet its leaders.