SUM offers multidisciplinary and international doctoral courses originating in the centre's ongoing research.
The courses give students theoretical and practical experience in undertaking interdisciplinary research within the broad field of development and the environment. The courses include lectures, discussions and student presentations – and highlight how different disciplines approach and define research questions, selection of theories and perspectives, methodology and research techniques.
SUM's doctoral courses accept applications from all PhD students and sometimes also specialist practitioners.
Please consult the specific announcement of each specific course for more information and details about application procedures.
- Ph.D. Course: 'Rural Transformations in the 21st Century' Aug. 8, 2018 9:00 AM
- Ph.D. Course: 'Critical perspectives on NGOs in development'
- Ph.D. Course: Forging sustainable modernity: The Nordic Model and beyond