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- abbr. Doctor of Philosophy
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- n. Doctor of Philosophy, a British doctorate.
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- n. a British doctorate
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• 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.