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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).


There are 311 pages tagged with Doctoral education:

Dissertation Anne Bünder

The biology and properties of wood for nanocellulose production charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Anne Bünder defends her thesis "The biology and properties of wood for nanocellulose production" on

Dissertation Mariana Kluge

Diversity and functional potential on fungal communities in Arctic and boreal freshwaters charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Mariana Kluge defends her thesis "Diversity and functional potential on fungal

Diss lneta Kacergyte

Wetland creation and restoration for biodiversity : outcomes of conservation initiatives to benefit birds, amphibians and occasionally fish charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Ineta Kačergytė defends her

Methods in Modern Plant Breeding: Genome editing

SLU Grogrunds workshopserie – Methods in Modern Plant Breeding - Genome Editing marianne.persson@slu,se Digital workshop in English about Genome editing, led by Per Hofvander, Department of Plant

Methods in Modern Plant Breeding: Genomic selection

SLU Grogrunds workshopserie – Methods in Modern Plant Breeding - Genomic Selection marianne.persson@slu.se Digital workshop in English about Genomic selection, led by Aakash Chawade, Department of

Methods in Modern plant Breeding: Association mapping

SLU Grogrunds workshopserie: Methods in Modern Plant Breeding - Association Mapping marianne.persson@slu.se   Digital workshop in English about Association mapping, led by Larisa Gustavsson,

SLU Grogrund workshopserie

SLU Grogrund promotes research education and competence development for professionals in the workshop series Methods in Modern Plant Breeding. During autumn 2021 there will be three workshops in

About Spira Research School - LTV

Welcome to Spira the Research School for Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Sciences! Spira is a research school within the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and

diss Eirini-Lamprini Daouti

Weed seed predation : a promising ecosystem service in agriculture charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Eirini-Lamprini Daouti defends her thesis "Weed seed predation : a promising ecosystem service in

Dissertation Gaëtan Martin

Microbial mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from boreal lakes charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Gaëtan Martin defends his thesis "Microbial mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from boreal lakes"

About SILVA - Faculty of Forest Sciences Research School

SILVA is a cross departmental platform for doctoral students, that aims to coordinate at the faculty level, doctoral courses, seminars, workshops, skill enhancement and provide a supportive and

Externally employed doctoral students (LivsID)

As of the autumn of 2018, SLU has, on behalf of the government, established a program for ten industrial doctoral students in the food area (LivsID). The investment is made within the framework of

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