Become a researcher
Are you interested in the world? Are you curious and want to make a difference in people's lives? Then a career in science may be right for you. Apply for postgraduate studies at the Department of Geological Sciences and help us solve global problems.
Research at the Department of Geological Sciences
Stockholm University is a leading research university that conducts basic independent research and applied research in the human and natural sciences. Our research produces internationally recognised scientific breakthroughs.
Doctoral studies take four years and result in a PhD, the highest academic degree in Sweden. There is also a two-year research study program which ends in a degree of licentiate.
The Department of Geological Sciences has three research education programmes: Geochemistry, Geology and Marine Geology. This education ends with a degree as Licentiate of Philosophy and/or Doctor of Philosophy in one of the three programmes.
Read more about our PhD studies:
Professors in charge of the programmes
Geochemistry, Magnus Mörth | +46 (0)8 16 47 31, firstname.lastname@example.org
Geology, Alasdair Skelton | +46 (0)8 16 47 50, email@example.com
Marine Geology, Martin Jakobsson | +46 (0)8 16 47 19, firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission to the PhD program is only possible by applying to an announced PhD position. Carefully follow the instructions for making your application as indicated in the announcement, and submit your documents before the deadline.
The deadlines for applications for PhD positions at the Department of Geological Sciences
January 15 and September 15: Available positions are announced.
February 15 and October 15: Deadline for applications.
Questions about applications should be directed to the director of studies for PhD programmes
Malin Kylander | +46 (0)8 674 78 98, email@example.com
Director of studies for PhD programs
Kylander, Malin Universitetslektor i sedimentgeokemi, docent
Last updated: August 10, 2023
Source: Department of geological sciences