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  1. Doctor of Administrative Sciences, postgraduate degree, (lisenciate, doctor) 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 Social Sciences

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  2. Doctor of Arts, 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 Art and Design

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  3. Doctor of Education, postgraduate degree, (lisenciate, doctor) 240 credits

    There are three multidisciplinary, thematic doctoral programmes at the University of Lapland: 1) Culture-Centred Service Design, 2) Northern Cultures and Natural Resource Politics and 3) Communities and Changing Work.In addition, there is one General Doctoral Programme by the faculties. These programs are coordinated by the Graduate School. The General Doctoral Programme for doctoral candidates follows a variety of discipline-oriented learning paths. The contents of this programme also follow the faculties’ doctoral degree requirements. Students in the General Doctoral Programme can also choose studies from the thematic doctoral programmes. Candidates apply for the General Doctoral Programme or one of the thematic programmes. All doctoral study rights and doctoral degrees are awarded by the faculties.More information on the doctoral programmes is available on the Graduate School website: http://www.ulapland.fi/InEnglish/Research/Graduate-SchoolIn addition to its own doctoral programmes, the University of Lapland is also engaged in national doctoral education networks. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Lapland, Faculty of Education

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  4. 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
  5. Doctor of Philosophy, postgraduate degree 240 credits (Education)

    There are three multidisciplinary, thematic doctoral programmes at the University of Lapland: 1) Culture-Centred Service Design, 2) Northern Cultures and Natural Resource Politics and 3) Communities and Changing Work.In addition, there is one General Doctoral Programme by the faculties. These programs are coordinated by the Graduate School. The General Doctoral Programme for doctoral candidates follows a variety of discipline-oriented learning paths. The contents of this programme also follow the faculties’ doctoral degree requirements. Students in the General Doctoral Programme can also choose studies from the thematic doctoral programmes. Candidates apply for the General Doctoral Programme or one of the thematic programmes. All doctoral study rights and doctoral degrees are awarded by the faculties.More information on the doctoral programmes is available on the Graduate School website: http://www.ulapland.fi/InEnglish/Research/Graduate-SchoolIn addition to its own doctoral programmes, the University of Lapland is also engaged in national doctoral education networks. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Lapland, Faculty of Education

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  6. 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
  7. Doctor of Philosophy, postgraduate degree 240 credits (Social Sciences, Business and Administration)

    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 Social Sciences

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  8. Doctor of Social Sciences, postgraduate degree, (lisenciate, doctor) 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 Social Sciences

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  9. Doctoral Degree Programme in Architecture (4 yrs)

    Major: architecture Total: 40 credits   Field specific studies 32–36 credits: - Research plan seminar 3+1 credits - Other field specific studies 28–32 credits   General and transferrable skills studies 4-8 credits: - Introduction to UniOGS 1 credit - Research ethics 2 credits - Follow-up group meetings and reporting 1 credit - Other general and transferrable skills studies 0–4 credits   Teaching tasks 0-4 credits (when the student has passed or study as a part of doctoral training at least 2 credits of university pedagogical studies)   For doctoral studies, post-graduate or advanced courses (with J- or S- included in the WebOodi course code) are required. However, when justified, and if the total number of course credits required for the degree is over 20 ECTS credits, and if the supervisor has assessed them to be suitable and necessary, intermediate or basic courses ( A- or P- included in the WebOodi course code) may be included in the study plan up to a maximum of 20% of the required credits over 20 credits (e.g. if the total required credits is 30, a maximum of (30 – 20) x 20% = 2 credits may be obtained from A- or P-level courses). ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Oulu, Graduate School (UniOGS)

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  10. Doctoral Degree Programme in Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine (4 yrs)

    The Faculty of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine associates its degree program closely with the Biocenter Oulu Doctoral Programme (BCO-DP) which has continuously been ranked high by external evaluators since 1995. Our DP operates as one of the doctoral programmes of the University of Oulu Graduate School, UniOGS. The DP gives postgraduate education in cell and molecular biology, developmental biology, molecular medicine, molecular genetics, population genetics, structural biology, bioinformatics, biobusiness and bioethics. The DP actively promotes international mobility by supporting research visits of the PhD students and by its international Joint PhD Programme with the International Graduate School in Molecular Medicine Ulm. The PhD studies are determined by a personal study plan as well as writing and publicly defending a doctoral dissertation. An intermediate degree of Licentiate of Philosophy (PhL) is also possible. All education is given in English. After completion the DP's high-level education in the above-mentioned areas, the graduates are competitive researchers and experts in Finland and abroad. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Oulu, Graduate School (UniOGS)

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland

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