Our DPhil in Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation attracts graduate students from across the world. As a doctoral research student, you will be a key member of our academic community, fully involved and immersed in the life of our department, one of the top-ranked in its field.
We welcome DPhil candidates who are interested in a wide range of areas of social intervention and policy evaluation research.
Topics related to the world-leading expertise of our supervisors may focus on:
Social problems, such as poverty, violence, mental health, substance misuse, educational disadvantage, delinquency, health and economic inequality.
Support for vulnerable groups, such as refugees, elderly people, troubled children, as well as those affected by HIV and AIDS.
Specific programmes and policies, such as parenting and family interventions and violence prevention.
Evaluation methodology, such as cross-cultural adaptation of interventions, research transparency and systematic reviewing.