Additional doctoral courses

Some Swedish universities provide course catalogues for their doctoral courses. One also provides information specifically for Life Science courses. Relevant links are listed below! Normally host university paricipants have priority, but if there are vacancies also participants from other universities can be admitted. Please contact the course organizer directly if you are interested in “off-campus courses”.

If the information is outdated, switch to the Swedish page at the specific university, and perhaps you can find more up-to-date information. If you know of any additional relevant course sites and/or workshops, please e-mail debra.l.milton@umu.se and they will be included below.

Lund University

The Center for Molecular Protein Science, CMPS, offers courses in Life Science techniques:

http://www.cmps.lu.se/life-sciences/courses

The Faculty of Medicine offers elective courses:
https://www.med.lu.se/english/intramed/teaching_research/phd_students_supervisors/for_phd_students/courses/elective_courses

The Department of Biology offers introductory courses and advanced courses in microscopy and Life Science:
https://www.biology.lu.se/education/phd-studies/phd-courses-in-biology

University of Gothenburg

Relevant courses on a PhD level: http://sahlgrenska.gu.se/english/doctoral-student-portal/from-admission-to-defending-your-thesis/phd-courses

Keep yourself updated using their calendar: https://science.gu.se/english/News/Calendar

Karolinska Institutet

The whole course catalogue  for doctoral education: https://internwebben.ki.se/en/doctoral-courses

Linköping University

Research and PhD studies Committee – third-cycle courses:
http://www.hu.liu.se/forskarutbildning/forskarutbildningskurser?l=en

Umeå University

Courses at the Faculty of Medicine:
https://www.umu.se/en/faculty-of-medicine/education/doctoral-studies/

Courses at the Faculty of Science and Technology:
https://www.umu.se/en/faculty-of-science-and-technology/education/doctoral-studies/