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Doctoral education

A programme consisting of four years' full-time study and 240 credits, which leads to a doctorate. A licentiate degree consists of 120 credits and two years' full-time study. In order to be accepted for doctoral studies, you must have completed basic university education, with at least one year at second-cycle level. A doctoral student gains a deeper insight into their subject in their doctoral studies. A doctoral thesis constitutes at least 120 credits of doctoral studies (80 for a licentiate degree).


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Externally employed doctoral students (LivsID)

By assignment of the government, SLU has launched a programme for externally employed doctoral students (LivsID). As of 2018, the programme includes ten externally employed doctoral students working

Application and admission to doctoral studies

Application and admission to doctoral studies

SLU continually announces openings for doctoral students. About 100 new doctoral students are admitted annually. Apply for a place on a doctoral programme by clicking the button Doktorand on the page

Doctoral education

Doctoral education

The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) is one of Sweden’s top research universities, with an extensive range of research degrees on offer. As a doctoral candidate, you will be a part

Hög kvalitet på veterinärmedicinsk forskarutbildning

The Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) has released the result of its first evaluation of a new quality assurance scheme. Licentiate and doctoral degrees in veterinary medicine at SLU are rated

CAReNet post graduate course: Statistical analysis of laboratory and clinical studies, 1.5 ECTS

CAReNet post graduate course: Statistical analysis of laboratory and clinical studies, 1.5 ECTS

Postgraduate course: Statistical analysis of laboratory and clinical studies, 1.5 ECTS Welcome to the post graduate course Statistical Analysis of Laboratory and Clinical Studies, arranged by

Disputation Martijn Versluijs

Disputation Martijn Versluijs

Emulating natural disturbances for the conservation of boreal forest birds charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Martijn Versluijs defends his thesis "Emulating natural disturbances for the conservation of

Dissertation William Lidberg

Dissertation William Lidberg

Digital wet area mapping charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se William Lidberg defends his thesis "Digital wet area mapping" on March 29 2019. All interested are welcome to attend. Department of Forest

Dissertation William Lidberg

Dissertation William Lidberg

Digital wet area mapping charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se William Lidberg defends his thesis "Digital wet area mapping" on March 29 2019. All interested are welcome to attend. Department of Forest

Doctoral education

Doctoral education

Within Forest remote sensing we conduct research education. Examples of current dissertation topics are: Tree species classification using for example multispectral laser scanning, or time series of

Dissertation Linnea Hansson

Dissertation Linnea Hansson

Impacts of forestry operations on soil physical properties, water and temperature dynamics with focus on off-road traffic and soil scarification charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Linnea Hansson defends

Dissertation Linnea Hansson

Dissertation Linnea Hansson

Impacts of forestry operations on soil physical properties, water and temperature dynamics with focus on off-road traffic and soil scarification charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Linnea Hansson defends

Diss Hanna E Röhnisch

Diss Hanna E Röhnisch

Automated Quantification of Plasma Metabolites by NMR to Study Prostate Cancer Risk Biomarkers johanna.nilsson@slu.se Hanna E. Röhnisch defends her thesis Automated Quantification of Plasma