Doctoral of Philosophy Programme in Dermatology

DegreeAcademic ProgrammePlanClassLength of Programme
Ph.D.Dermatology1.1, 2.1Mon-Fri (Bangkok)3 Years
2.2Mon-Fri (Bangkok)5 Years

This programme aims at developing dermatologists with advanced researching skills and profound knowledge of clinical dermatology and medical science. The graduates are expected to possess skills in conducting advanced research in clinical dermatology, medical science, or dermatological medical science, each of which offers a major contribution to sustainable medical development of the country.

1.  Knowledge, ability and potential to conduct medical, clinical dermatological or dermatological medical science research on a regular basis, which would make a high-impact contribution to the development of new bodies of scientific or dermatological knowledge in Thailand.

2.  Abidance by researchers’ ethics, which would ensure appropriate undertaking of research and collective benefits for the society;

3. Ability to promote and improve the quality of dermatological research for the society and the country.

4. Adherence to integrity and moral principles in the process of applying their knowledge to their careers.

5. Strong sense of accountability and the ability to work under pressure amidst cultural differences; and

6. Twenty-first century skills in various areas, including literacy, numeracy, critical and analytical thinking, problem solving, creativity, innovation-mindedness, understanding of and respect for ethnic diversity, team working, idea sharing, leadership, communicative competence, media and information technology literacy, and general life skills.

                        • Plan 1.1, 2.1:
                          • 143,000 Baht per semester
                          • 858,000 Baht per programme
                        • Plan 2.2:
                          • 143,000 Baht per semester
                          • 1,430,000 Baht per programme

                        (Refer Doctor of Philosophy Program in Dermatology Year 2022)

                        • 1.1 = Dissertation only (not less than 48 credits) (Master's degree graduates)
                        • 1.2 = Dissertation only (not less than 72 credits) (Bachelor's degree with honours graduates)
                        • 2.1 = Course work (not less than 12 credits) with Dissertation (not less than 36 credits) (Master's degree graduates)
                        • 2.2 = Course work (not less than 24 credits) with Dissertation (not less than 48 credits) (Bachelor's degree with honours graduates)