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Doctoral student in sociology
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The School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences at Örebro University is seeking a doctoral student for the doctoral study programme in sociology, with a view to obtain the Degree of Doctor, starting in the autumn 2018.

The sociology department at Örebro University is part of the School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences. The department has the main responsibility for the Personnel Work Programme as well as for the Social Analysis Programmes offered at the Bachelor's and one-year Master's levels. Research at the department is mainly conducted within two strategic specialisations: Work, Family and Intimate Relations, and Environmental Sociology. The doctoral studies conducted as part of this position shall relate to one of these specialisations.

Information
Information on admission regulations, the general syllabus for sociology, a regulations handbook for doctoral studies and other information can be found on Örebro University's webpage for information on doctoral education on www.oru.se.

Contact Professor Magnus Boström, magnus.bostrom@oru.se, for further information about the programme and the doctoral studentship linked to it.





Entry requirements and selection
For admission to doctoral studies, applicants are required to meet general and specific entry requirements. In addition, they shall be considered in other respects to have the ability required to benefit from the programme. For a full account of the entry requirements, refer to the admissions regulations as well as to annex 2 to the general syllabus for the subject.

General entry requirements
Applicants meet the general entry requirements for doctoral studies if they:

* have been awarded a qualification at the Master's level, or
* have satisfied the requirements for courses comprising at least 240 credits (four years) of which at least 60 credits (one year) were awarded at the Master's level, or
* have acquired substantially equivalent knowledge in some other way in Sweden or abroad.



Applicants with credits or qualifications from undergraduate programmes under the previous Swedish higher education system corresponding to these entry requirements are also eligible. The University may permit exemptions from the entry requirements for individual applicants, if there are special grounds.

Specific entry requirements
Applicants meet the specific entry requirements for doctoral studies in sociology if they have passed courses of at least 90 credits, including an independent project at the Bachelor's level in sociology. Applicants who have acquired substantially corresponding knowledge, in Sweden or abroad, also meet the specific entry requirements. Applicants with credits or qualifications from undergraduate programmes under the previous Swedish higher education system corresponding to these entry requirements are also eligible.

Ability to benefit from the course or study programme
The assessment whether an applicant has the ability to benefit from the programme shall be made based on prior courses and programmes taken by the applicant, on other previous activities, as well as on the essays and other independent projects of a scholarly nature that have been submitted by the applicant.

Selection
In selecting between applicants, their ability to benefit from the doctoral studies shall be taken into account (see the University's selection criteria, annex 2 to the general syllabus for the subject). If applicants are found to have equal qualifications, preference will be given to applicants of the underrepresented sex. The term underrepresented sex here refers to if and when the share of either female or male students enrolled on the doctoral study programme in the subject amounts to less than 40 per cent. The applicants considered to be the most qualified will be called for an interview and references will be taken.

Application to the programme and for a doctoral studentship
The application is made online on our website www.oru.se. There you will also find more information about what your application should consist.

The application deadline is 18 June 2018. We look forward to receiving your application.

We decline any contact with advertisers or recruitment agencies in the recruitment process.

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Publiceringsdatum
2018-06-08

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Örebro Universitet

Adress
Örebro Universitet
Fakultetsgatan 1
70182 Örebro

Kontorsadress
Fakultetsgatan 1

Jobbnummer
4194152

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