Third-cycle courses

Doctoral studies

A doctoral programme consists of a thesis and of courses and other meriting activities that comprises 60 credits.

Compulsory courses

At the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology the following courses are compulsory for all doctoral students:

  • Introductory course, comprising 5 credits
  • Research Ethics, comprising 3 credits
  • Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, comprising 3 credits.

Click each respective course name below to read more about the course.

About the course

The Introductory Course for Post-Graduate Students is given every year for new doctoral students on a part-time basis during the autumn semester. The language of instruction is English.

Schedule

In autumn 2024, the Introductory Course is given at 9 am – 4 pm on the following dates:

  • 16–17th September
  • 23–24th September
  • 7–8th October
  • 21–22nd October.

Registration

All newly admitted doctoral students are automatically registered for the course. If for some reason you were unable to take the course when neginning your doctoral studies in a previous semester, please contact Marina Hansson

Contact

For questions regarding registration and administration, please contact Marina Hansson

For questions regarding the content, structure and litterature of the course, please contact the course coordinators Karin Nykvist and Johan Östling.

About the course

This is an intensive two-week course that requires full-time studies. The course is offered once every semester: during weeks 19–20 in the spring, and during weeks 46–47 in the fall. The language of instruction is English.

Schedule

During spring 2024, the course is given 6th–17th May, on the following dates and times:

  • 6th May at 9–15
  • 7th May at 9–12
  • 8th May at 9–15
  • 13th May at 9–14
  • 14th May at 9–12
  • 15th May at 9–15
  • 16th May at 9–14
  • 17th May at 9–12

Please note that attendance is mandatory at all scheduled sessions!

During autumn 2024, the course is given during week 46–47 (the 11th–22nd November). 

Contact

For questions regarding registration and administration, please contact Marina Hansson

For questions regarding the content, structure and litterature of the course, please contact Linus Broström.

About the course

The compulsory higher education pedagogic course is called Teaching and Learning in Higher Education and is offered by the Division for Higher Education Development (AHU). The course is given in both Swedish and English. The English version of the course can be taken either as an online course or a blended course. 

Click here for more information about AHU's courses in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

Registration

Registration is done directly via AHU's website. The courses offered and registration forms are available on the website when the application period is open: https://www.ahu.lu.se.

To register for the course, you need approval from your supervisor, and the course must be included in your individual study plan. After completing the course, you will receive a course certificate from AHU that you show to the responsible administrator at the department, who registeres the results in Ladok, and then the supervisor can certify.

Contact

HT's contact person is Manuela Rossing

Other courses

Besides the compulsory faculty-wide courses, there may be courses that are compulsory for each specific subject. This is stated in the general syllabus for each subject.

A list of all general syllabi can be found here.

A list of all third-cycle courses at the HT-faculties can be found here.

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Remember that you must log in with your student account to access the course platform. More information on how to activate your student accont can be found here.

International opportunities abroad for doctoral students

Here you can find information on where, when and how you can go abroad during your doctoral studies.

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