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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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Diss Marius Tuyishime

Phosphorus chemistry in managed forest soils-Effects of weathering and wood ash fertilization charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Marius Tuyishime defends his thesis "Phosphorus chemistry in managed forest

BEE

This popular course, first offered in 2018 (when it received the best PhD course prize from SLU), and then 2019, online in 2021 and again fully online in 2022. The course aims to provide

Diss Pernilla Elander

Living through hard times: Dispose of or sequester? Plant subcellular strategies for stress resilience charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Pernilla Elander defends her thesis "Living through hard times:

Diss Louis Mielke

Mycorrhizal guild functions and conservation values in boreal forests charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Louis Mielke defends his thesis "Mycorrhizal guild functions and conservation values in boreal

GS-VMAS Course organiser guide

What do you as a course organiser need to do before/after the course? Who to address in different matters? Who handles what? Here is a guide to what you need to know. (för guide på svenska, byt språk

Dissertation Lufunyo Lulandala

Land use change, tree cover, and livestock in miombo woodlands : interacting effects on soil carbon and hydrological properties charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Lufunyo Lulandala defends his thesis "Land

Becfor meeting september 4th

BECFOR meeting for PhD students. Info-meeting via zoom where we will present the BECFOR activities for this autumn. Friday September 4th, 2-3 pm it is BECFOR meeting for PhD students. Info-meeting

BECFOR meeting for PhD students

BECFOR meeting for PhD students. Info-meeting via zoom where we will present the BECFOR activities for this autumn. 8 of May it is BECFOR meeting for PhD students. Info-meeting via zoom where we will

Björk_

Spring has sprung! Skogforsk’s annual pollen harvest has started, and I managed to go and spend a day learning about it. Mateusz Liziniewicz has some helping hands for this extra work, who were

Doktorand i skogsskötsel med inriktning mot planterad björk

Climate change puts our forests at risk and currently, the forest biomass production is neither secure, sustainable nor sufficient to meet the future demands of both the energy and process industry

Ph.D course Enhancing forest resilience for an uncertain future

Do you want to get an in-depth understanding of management strategies to increase resilience under global change? Then join us for this PhD course! The Ph.D course Enhancing forest resilience for an

PhD course Forest regeneration 2021

PHD course forest regeneration Course code: PFS0158 • (5.0 credits) • 7 Jun - 15 Aug 2021. The course is available for PHD students within and outside of SLU and from a variety of disciplines. Would

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