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PhD-education at the Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education
A PhD, philosophiae doctor, is the highest level of scientific degree given at Norwegian Universities.
The Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education has 1 PhD Programme with 14 fields of study.
Useful information for PhD-students:
|New PhD Student||Information about admission to PhD programme|
|Instruction component and disputation||PhD Courses at the Faculty (NOTE: not all courses are taught in English). Normally will the courses with title in English also be taught in English.
|Information to applicants at PhD Courses|
|Submitting the thesis and disputation|
|Set of rules and supplementary information||Regulations connected to the PhD Education|
|Department of Research and Development|
|Department of Academic Affairs|
Quality Assurance System for Educational Activities
Graduate schools and regulation for the degree of Dr.philos.:
|Dr. philos||Regulations for the degree of doctor philosophiae (Dr. philos) at the University of Tromsø. This is a translation - the Norwegian version is the official one.|
|Graduate schools at the faculty||CEPIN - A Multidiciplinary Research School: Citizenship, Encounters and Place Enactment in the North.
CASTL - A Norwegian Center of Excellence in theoretical linguistics with a lively graduate school and research atmosphere.
|National and Nordic graduate schools||
NATED - National Graduate School in Education Research
NAFOL - The Norwegian national post graduate school in teacher education
TBLR - a joint venture between the aesthetic disciplines: The Norwegian researcher training school "Text Image Sound Space - Analysis, Interpretation, and the Exchange of Theories and Ideas"
Dialogues with the Past - Nordic Graduate School in Archaeology