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  1. Doctor of Laws, postgraduate degree, 240 credits

    Doctoral education at the University of Lapland is implemented in four doctoral programmes. Three of these programmes are thematic, multidisciplinary doctoral programmes: Communities and changing work, Culture-based service design, and Northern cultures and natural resource politics. The thematic programmes are coordinated by the Graduate School at the University of Lapland. In addition to the thematic programmes, the University of Lapland has the general doctoral programme in which doctoral candidates follow discipline-specific doctoral paths. The content of your studies in the general doctoral programme is based on the faculty’s requirements for doctoral studies. Doctoral candidates of the general programme can, however, take courses offered by the thematic programmes. The doctoral candidate chooses in the application the most suitable doctoral programme: the general or one of the thematic programmes. The faculty grants the study right and degrees. More information about thematic doctoral programmes can be found at the ULapland Graduate School’s website. In addition to the university-specific doctoral programmes, the University of Lapland is included in various national networks of doctoral education. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Lapland, Faculty of Law

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  2. Doctor of Philosophy, postgraduate degree 240 credits (Law)

    Doctoral education at the University of Lapland is implemented in four doctoral programmes. Three of these programmes are thematic, multidisciplinary doctoral programmes: Communities and changing work, Culture-based service design, and Northern cultures and natural resource politics. The thematic programmes are coordinated by the Graduate School at the University of Lapland. In addition to the thematic programmes, the University of Lapland has the general doctoral programme in which doctoral candidates follow discipline-specific doctoral paths. The content of your studies in the general doctoral programme is based on the faculty’s requirements for doctoral studies. Doctoral candidates of the general programme can, however, take courses offered by the thematic programmes. The doctoral candidate chooses in the application the most suitable doctoral programme: the general or one of the thematic programmes. The faculty grants the study right and degrees. More information about thematic doctoral programmes can be found at the ULapland Graduate School’s website. In addition to the university-specific doctoral programmes, the University of Lapland is included in various national networks of doctoral education. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Lapland, Faculty of Law

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  3. Doctoral Programme in Law, Doctor of Laws (4 years)

    According to the Government Decree on University Degrees (794/2004), in order to be awarded a doctorate, the student must complete the required postgraduate studies, demonstrate independent and critical thinking in the field of research, and write a doctoral dissertation and defend it in public. The Doctor of Laws degree is meant for individuals who are either interested in pursuing a career in research or planning to pursue specialist careers. The standard time reserved for the completion of the degree is four years of fulltime studying. The doctoral programme provided by the Faculty of Law is called the Doctoral Programme in Law. All the postgraduate students admitted to pursue a Doctor of Laws degree at the Faculty of Law participate in this programme. The Faculty of Law may also be part of national doctoral programmes and collaborate with other doctoral programmes. http://www.utu.fi/en/units/law/research/postgraduate-studies/Pages/home.aspx ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Turku, Faculty of Law

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland