The postgraduate education program includes courses, seminars and a research project (assigned by the supervisor). The results of the work will be summarised in an academic thesis, which is defended in public at the end of the study period. The program includes four years of full-time studies.
In order to be admitted to postgraduate studies, applicants must meet the general entry requirements, which are a Master’s degree or courses comprising at least 240 credits (of which at least 60 in the second cycle). There are also specific entry requirements for different subjects. Normally the student should have completed at least 90 credits in the subject that she/he wants to continue the studies in. Admission to the post graduate education takes place throughout the year.
Additional information on postgraduate studies can be found the Department of Chemistry site.
All available PhD positions are posted on the Natural Science faculties' websites.