Doctoral studies

Information about current doctoral courses is collected here. To see the general and specific entry requirements for applying for a doctoral position, please refer to the programme syllabus.

Each subject in which third-cycle courses or study programmes are offered has a general study syllabus. The general study syllabus indicates the following: the main content of the study programme, specific entry requirements and any other regulations required. For more information, see General syllabuses and admission regulations (below).

Course registration: kktadmin@sh.se

Governing documents for doctoral education

Doctoral education at Södertörn University is governed by the Swedish Higher Education Act and Ordinance, as well as by internal steering documents. These documents can be found under Governing documents for doctoral education.

Files available for download
File type icon Filename File size File upload date
Admission regulations.pdf Pdf, 179.6 kB. 179.6 kB 2019-02-26 12.48
General syllabus in Aethetics.pdf Pdf, 235.3 kB. 235.3 kB 2019-02-26 12.48
General syllabus in Art History.pdf Pdf, 106.2 kB. 106.2 kB 2019-02-26 12.48
General syllabus in Comparative Literature.pdf Pdf, 84.5 kB. 84.5 kB 2019-02-26 12.48
General syllabus in Gender Studies.pdf Pdf, 195.2 kB. 195.2 kB 2019-02-26 12.48
General syllabus in Media and Communication Studies.pdf Pdf, 235.9 kB. 235.9 kB 2019-02-26 12.48
General syllabus in Philosophy.pdf Pdf, 309.2 kB. 309.2 kB 2019-02-26 12.48
General syllabus in Theory of Practical Knowledge.pdf Pdf, 221.8 kB. 221.8 kB 2019-02-26 12.48

Body, Culture, Materiality, 7.5 - 10 credits 

16-18 November 2021

This autumn, Södertörn University and Lodz University are offering a 7.5 - 10 credit course on the theme of Body, Culture, Materiality in the field of feminist cultural studies. The course is open to doctoral students and advanced Master's students.

Read more here:
https://intergenderconsortium.wordpress.com/courses/ External link.