Graduate studies comprise the equivalent of 160 weeks (four years) of full-time work for a doctoral degree. These studies include the equivalent of 100 weeks of work on the doctoral thesis. The rest of a student's time is devoted to graduate courses and project work.
Education for a PhD is carried out in close collaboration with leading researchers at the department. The PhD education is not focused on any specific topic within Informatics. Rather, the diversity in both subjects and methods at the department enables PhD students to choose their own subject of research but the content of the thesis should be within the framework of existing research at the department.
PhD students are financed by the department from the first day of a successful application. Half of the PhD students are financed by ongoing research projects and the other half by the University.
Admission to the PhD education: Positions and deadlines are advertised on the department’s webpage.