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Conceptualising risk in doctoral education: Navigating boundary tensions
(SUN PRESS, 2014)
Introduction: If you are not willing to risk the unusual, you will have to settle for the ordinary. – Jim Rohn Risk-taking is an important form of human behaviour, but can be conceptualised in different ways (Byrnes, ...
The rationale, challenges and benefits of joint degrees as a new form of doctoral education
(SUN MeDIA, 2016)
INTRODUCTION: The phenomenon of international joint doctoral degrees where two (or more) higher education institutions across national borders assume joint responsibility for the offering, examination and award of a ...