PhD Studies at Graduate School
Welcome to Graduate School's hub for PhD Studies!
About Graduate School's PhD Studies
Graduate School is an interdisciplinary department within the faculty of Social Sciences that has a hand in coordinating a number of courses from the faculty that are available to you as a doctoral student. These range from purely PhD courses, to courses on the master's level with complementing PhD syllabi, to other master's level courses that in many cases can be converted to credits toward your eventual degree. The only Social Sciences PhD level courses that we do not help coordinate are those from individual departments not offered on the faculty level. For any inquiries about such courses, please contact the respective departments offering them.
How to Apply
Your application to our PhD Courses varies depending on your status (as an LU or non LU PhD) as well as the level the course is offered on (master's or doctoral). We encourage you to read the following Guide to PhD Studies at Graduate School for complete information on the process, to know how exactly you should apply.
The Guide to PhD Studies at Graduate School
First time taking a PhD or master's level course at Graduate School? Check out our in-depth guide to answer any questions you might have! You can find the link in the lefthand menu, or by clicking here.
Forms & Templates
Depending on your status (internal or external to LU), you may need to fill out a "Special Permission" form in order to take courses with us. You can find that template and more in the lefthand menu, or by clicking here.
Autumn 2019: Application Deadline August 22
The Fundamental Role of Language (7.5 credits or 15 credits) Sep 3 2019 - Jan 15, 2020
(Apply using the link to the right or by clicking here.)
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