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This programme consists of the successful completion, submission and defence of the dissertation. Doctoral students must have completed their Doctoral Programme in Theology before beginning this phase of the doctoral process.
Prior to the public defence of the dissertation and with a view to providing evidence of the capacity to engage in independent theological research, doctoral candidates are obliged, in the context of the Doctoral Programme, to publish separate sections of their research work in the form of at least one international scholarly articles.
The evaluation and the public defence of the dissertation consist of the following steps:
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The academic degree of Doctor of Theology is granted after the public defense of the dissertation. The public defense is preceded by the evaluation of the dissertation by a Reading Committee.
Doctoral students who fulfill the following requirements may submit the manuscript of their doctoral dissertation to the Faculty's Doctoral Committee:
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