Become a researcher
Are you a curious person who is driven to learn and know more? Do you thrive in an academic environment? We have about 40 PhD-students on our three PhD programmes in mathematics, mathematical statistics, and computational mathematics.
A doctoral programme is four years long and results in a doctoral degree, which is the highest academic degree in Sweden.
The programme provides the competence to conduct research independently, a deep understanding of the subject area and the skills to communicate knowledge and create conditions for others to learn. After graduation, there are opportunities to continue research and teaching for a further career in academia.
At the Department of Mathematics there are three doctoral programmes, in mathematics, mathematical statistics, and computational mathematics.
Read more about PhD studies at the Department of Mathematics
Here are the contact details for the directors of studies of our PhD programmes. If you have any questions about undergraduate studies, please contact our study advisors instead.
Contact details for study advisors
Last updated: June 19, 2022