Doctor of literature littd in University of otago
The degree of Doctor of Literature (LittD) is a higher doctorate and one of the University's most prestigious qualifications. It is awarded only to individuals who have achieved special excellence in their original contributions to linguistic, literary, social or historical knowledge. An intending candidate should be a graduate of the University of Otago or have had some formal association with the University. There is no requirement for coursework or a supervised piece of original research. Rather, a candidate must lodge a formal application, including three copies of the work upon which the application is based: typically, books published by major companies, papers published in peer reviewed serials and, if approved by the Senate, unpublished reports. Copies of the submitted work will be sent to subject experts of national and international eminence for examination.
A master s degree, or a first-class or upper second-class honours degree in the same area of study, or a related discipline, as your intended area of research, academic transcripts, ECE, and proof of identity, A detailed research proposal, An up-to date CV, IELTSofof 6.5 in the academic module (with no individual band below 6.0), TOEFL ibT of 95 with a minimum writing score of 22, CAE/CPE of 176, (PTE) Academicof 64 with no communicative skills score below 57, EPAP Grade C or higher.
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