Coventry-Deakin Cotutelle PhD Opportunities
Coventry University and Deakin University (Australia) have been running a cotutelle since 2016 with projects now covering a range of areas in Health and Life Sciences, Future Cities, Materials Science, Big Data and Cyber Security.
The Deakin cotutelle can start at any of the three Coventry University entry points (September, January and May) and follows the usual application process at both Coventry and Deakin, however there is a slightly higher entry requirement for entry to this cotutelle. You can find out more about the Cotutelle application process on the main Cotutelle PhD Programmes webpage.
Coventry-Deakin entry requirements
Applicants must meet the admission and scholarship criteria for both Coventry University and Deakin University for entry to the cotutelle program.
- Applicants should have graduated within the top 15% of their undergraduate cohort. This might include a high 2:1 in a relevant discipline/subject area with a minimum 70% mark (80% for Australian graduates) in the project element or equivalent with a minimum 70% overall module average (80% for Australian graduates).
- A Masters degree in a relevant subject area, with overall mark at minimum Merit level. In addition, the mark for the Masters dissertation (or equivalent) must be a minimum of 80%. Please note that where a candidate has 70-79% and can provide evidence of research experience to meet equivalency to the minimum first-class honours equivalent (80%+) additional evidence can be submitted and may include independently peer-reviewed publications, research-related awards or prizes and/or professional reports.
- Language proficiency (IELTS overall minimum score of 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 in each component).
- The potential to engage in innovative research and to complete the PhD within a prescribed period of study.
Cotutelle PhD Programme
Return to the Coventry University Cotutelle PhD Programme main page.