(a) The doctoral degree may also be conferred on a candidate who:
(i) by virtue of his or her publications, enjoys international recognition on the basis of outstanding and extensive research in a sub discipline taught within the Faculty; and
(ii) complies, in all relevant respects, with the Faculty Regulations for the awarding of the doctoral degree.
(b) An application for the doctoral degree by virtue of publications is considered and assessed according to the University’s General Regulation G.53.
- In accordance with the stipulations of General Regulations G.1.3, G.42 and G.54, a candidate who holds a MA(Theol), MTh or an equivalent qualification with a minimum final mark of 65%, and who has completed a successful colloquium doctum, will be admitted to the study for the PhD degree. The candidate must hand in an preliminary research proposal with a view to the colloquium doctum.