Please note: We are planning for giving some course weeks digitally and some in a classroom spring 2022, if the Covid-19 restrictions allow it. We will update each course web page continously with more information and we may need to switch format with short notice if the situation changes. If you have questions regarding this, please ask us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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1. To get a spot for the compulsory courses at the Faculty, an established individual study plan is required (if older than 12 months you need to update it), approved by the PhD student, the supervisor and the Deputy Head of Department in charge for PhD studies.
2. You also have to have finished, or at least be admitted to the Introductory course.
Please note that is also is compulsory to finish one elective course 1,5 credits.
If a PhD student does not attend a course, without communicating it to the PhD coordinator in advance, the supervisor will need to pay the course fee, 5000 SEK. It is therefore very important to let us know as soon as possible if you will not attend a course you have been admitted to. If you cannot attend a course, please send us an e-mail on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that you always have to apply for the courses every semester, since we do not transfer applications between semesters!
Regarding courses in Applied statistics II: You only choose one of the courses!
Overview compulsory courses, autumn 2022: (Applies to PhD students admitted to PhD studies 2021-06-30 or before)
Introductory course: The course is given digitally and on demand as soon as you are admitted to PhD studies.
Scientific communication: w. 36, w. 39
Applied statistics I: w 42
Applied statistics II, clinical research, w. 46-47, w. 48-49 (two weeks long)
Applied statistics II, Biomedicine/Laboratory medicine: not yet decided
Applied statistics II, Epidemiology/Health science: Not given autumn 2022, but given weeks 5-6 spring 2023. (two weeks long)
Research ethics, 1,5 credits (if admitted to PhD studies 2020-12-31 or before): w. 37, w. 47
Research ethics, 3 credits (if admitted to Phd studies between 2021-01-01 and 2021-06-30): w. 35-36
Oral communication: w. 37, w. 39, w. 49
Applied qualitative Methodology I: w. 41, 45, 49
Knowledge in collaboration: w. 41, w. 50
Please write in your application how you prefer to prioritize your course weeks, if there is more than one course week for the course. The application period is January 25 - February 28, 2022.
Overview compulsory courses, spring 2022:
The course is given digitally and on demand as soon as you are admitted to PhD studies.
Applied statistics I:
Applied statistics II, Clinical research:
w.12-13, w.20-21 (home exam part of week 22, due to holiday part of week.21), some course spots w.17-18
Applied statistics II, Biomedicine/Laboratory medicine:
w.11-12, some couse spots w. 19-20
Applied statistics II, Epidemiology/Health science:
Research ethics 1,5 credits:
w.6, w.17 (Compulsory course if admitted to PhD studies until 2020-12-31)
Research ethics 3 credits:
Not given spring 2022 (Compulsory course if admitted to PhD studies from 2021-01-01)
Applied qualitative methodology I
w.12 (Compulsory if admitted to Phd studies 2017-07-01 - 2021-06-30, unless you have taken Laboratory animal science)
Knowledge in collaboration
v.12, v.13 (Compulsory if admitted to PhD studies 2018-01-01 - 2020-12-31)
- Introduction to PhD Studies
- Generic Knowledge and Skills - Portfolio
- Oral communication
- Research Ethics
- Theory and Practice of Scientific Communication
- Knowledge in collaboration
- Applied Qualitative Methodology I
- Applied statistics I
- Applied statistics II - Clinical Research
- Applied statistics II – Biomedicine and Laboratory medicine
- Applied statistics II - Epidemiology and Health Sciences
- Laboratory animal science for researchers