American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Doctor of Philosophy
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Doctor of Philosophy, a British doctorate.
- n. a British doctorate
“• Liz Chatterjee is a DPhil candidate in international development at the University of Oxford”
“I went on leave from the UF College of Law in August 2004, in order to meet the 2-year residency requirement for a DPhil in public international law at the University of Oxford (UK).”
“ROGER HIGHFIELD, DPhil, studied for his doctorate at Oxford University and the Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble.”
“CVAge 38Education Stanford University (BA); Lincoln College, Oxford (DPhil)Career 1999 Won an open mike audition and started hosting local radio shows 2004 co-hosted Air America's radio show Unfiltered with Chuck D 2005-9 hosted her own radio show, The Rachel Maddow Show on Air America 2008 host of her MSNBC show, The Rachel Maddow Show”
“Amelia completed a DPhil in economics at Oxford and is currently chief economist at the Office of Fair Trading.”
“I know not all departments are like that Comlab, anyone? and we are particularly lucky, and that makes it all the harder to have to leave it behind again - though I realise that as we all get older and move on post-DPhil things will change anyway, as they already slowly are.”
“Dr. Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed MA DPhil (Sussex) is a bestselling author and political scientist specialising in international security issues.”
“In the UK,doctorates PhD/DPhil etc are all research based degrees and entitled to use "Doctor".”
“Tobias Escher, a DPhil student and research assistant at Oxford, followed up his questions with a post.”
“Her graduate work was at the University of Oxford where she did a BPhil on Politics and a DPhil on the British in India.”
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