One doctoral studentship in Archaeology
Call for applications:
Doctoral studentship in Archaeology within the research area of Historical studies, connected to the Baltic and Eastern European Graduate School (BEEGS) (Ref no AP-2019/42)
Södertörn University has professional, creative research environments that range over many disciplines and fields.
Our research has a contemporary focus united with an active and critical approach to the past. Many of the research groups and research projects strive to achieve a high level of contemporary and social relevance. The university's research generally has an international focus, even in subjects that traditionally examine their own national cultures and history. A key word is multidisciplinarity.
In order to be admitted to doctoral (third-cycle) studies, both the general and specific entry requirements must be fulfilled.
General entry requirements mean that the applicant must have a Master's (second-cycle) degree along with completed courses worth at least 240 credits, of which at least 60 credits are from second-cycle studies. The applicant may have gained the equivalent qualifications in some other educational context in Sweden or elsewhere.
Specific entry requirements are different for different subjects. The requirements for your subject of interest are stated in the relevant syllabus.
- Per Bolin, head of School of Historical and Contemporary Studies, email@example.com; Ph: +46 8 608 40 53.
- Kerstin Cassel, Archaeology, firstname.lastname@example.org; Ph: +46 8 608 48 74
- Marianne Mosesson, Human Resource Officer, email@example.com; Ph: +46 8 608 40 70.
Information and instructions concerning the application procedure can also be found on our website, www.sh.se. When applying, use Södertörn University's web-based recruitment system ReachMee, or follow the link ANSÖK (APPLY) provided at the end of this announcement.
Application deadline: 18 February 2019
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