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The following postgraduate courses are given by the faculty.

This course is compulsory for all doctoral students at the Faculty of Science and covers information about general terms of employment, insurance and more.

Scope

0,5 credits.

The course is given each semester.

Next course opportunity and application

7 February 2024 – the application is closed.

The course is compulsory for doctoral students admitted from 1 January 2021 onwards. These students will be prioritised in the admission to the course.

The aim of the course is to provide a basic knowledge of research integrity and research ethics that is relevant during doctoral studies and in subsequent post-doctoral research at a university or a research institution.

Syllabus

Syllabus: Research Ethics (PDF, 251 kB, ny flik)

Scope

3 credits.

The course requires two weeks of full-time studies.

Next course opportunity 

Spring 2024 – the application is now closed.

Autumn 2024 – to be decided.

Application

The application is closed.

The course deals with the structure and language of scientific papers and scientific publications. The course gives insights into the publishing process, the role of reviewers and editors, and how open access works. Ethical issues surrounding publishing are also addressed.

Syllabus

Syllabus: Scientific Publishing (PDF, 524 kB, opens in a new tab)

Scope

1,5 credits.

Next course opportunity

Spring 2024 – the application is now closed.
Spring 2025 – not decided yet.

Application

The application is closed.

The aim of the course is to strengthen you in your role as a leader or participant in projects. The course covers different project structures, key project methods and their possibilities and limitations in practice.

Syllabus

The syllabus will be published here once it has been finalised in mid-March. Please note that the name of the course may change in connection with this.

Scope

2 credits.

Next course opportunity

The course will be given 2–8 April 2024. 

Preliminary schedule:

  • 2 April from 09:00 to 12.00
  • 3 April from 09:00 to 12.00
  • 4 April from 09:00 to 12.00
  • 5 April from 09:00 to 12.00
  • 8 April from 09:00 to 16:00

Application

Apply for the course "Project management"

There are max 25 places on the course (first come, first served).

The application deadline is 23 February.

Contact

Benedicte Sato Arentzen
Administrative coordinator
Contact information for Benedicte Sato Arentzen – staff.lu.se