PhD Studies

The School of Humanities offers doctoral programmes in most fields of the humanities. The different departments of the School of Humanities only offer doctoral studies in fields where the necessary academic support can be ensured. Therefore each application is valued in context with the students subsequent doctoral research to ensure that the proper supervision is available in its area of study.

Information on specific research fields within each department can be found on their websites:

Further information about research at School of Humanities and specific research areas of our academic staff, will be provided by contacting School of the Humanities.  

PhD students enrolled in the School of Humanities are members of The Association of Doctoral Candidates in the School of Humanities. They are also affiliated with the Centre for Research in the Humanities and have a representative on the Centre's board. PhD students can also apply for membership of any affiliated research institute relevant to their study.

The School of Humanities offers doctoral programmes in most fields of the humanities. The different academic support can be ensured. Therefore each application is valued in context with the students subsequent doctoral research to ensure that the proper supervision is available in its area of study.

A doctoral dissertations at the School of Humanities is normally 180 ECTS (six semesters), although certain programmes 60 ECTS (two semesters) are added in course work or research.

Doctoral students must be registered at the university and to pay tuition throughout their study period.

Doctoral students are entitled to support and assistance from the School of Humanities and Centre for Research in the Humanities during the time of their studies. In particular concerning use of library services, study facilities, printing, travel aid and support in applying for grants and scholarships.

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