How do I get a PhD in Sweden?

Doctoral level study in Sweden takes one of two forms: A standard PhD requires a minimum of four years full-time work (equivalent to 240 ECTS credits) and awards a full doctorate (along with the all-important title of ‘doctor’). Alternatively, you may choose to study for a shorter licentiate degree.

Can I do a PhD at Cambridge?

The degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is the University’s principal research degree for graduate students and is available in all faculties and departments.

How can I get PhD admission in Cambridge University?

Apply using the Applicant Portal

  1. Go to the Course Directory and find the course you wish to apply for, then click the Apply Now button in the How to Apply tab.
  2. All applications must be completed in English.
  3. You can request your references in the Applicant Portal, and see when these have been received.

Is PhD in Sweden free?

Application and tuition fees for PhD students PhD programmes are free of charge in Sweden, regardless of citizenship.

How much is the stipend for PhD in Cambridge?

I am due to start my PhD this October at Cambridge on the minimum stipend of £14777 tax free working out at about 1200 per month.

How many PhD students are at Cambridge?

around 140 PhD students
The Faculty has around 140 PhD students at any time. For more information about our current PhD students and their research, see their Research Student profiles.

Is PhD free in Cambridge?

As a PhD student in Cambridge you do not have a salary. You are a member of a research group, who has funding. There are a variety of possible sources for this funding, which will pay for your fees (both university and college) and also a stipend for you to live off.

Which country pays highest PhD salary?

Short Answer: Highest PhD stipend when compared to living cost: Oslo-Norway. 2nd highest PhD stipend when compared to living cost: Copenhagen-Denmark.

Do PhD students get paid in Sweden?

According to SACO, the Swedish Academics Central Organization, the median salary for a PhD student in September 2020 was 30,223 kr per month. After earning their PhD, most researchers go on to do a postdoc or postdoktor in Swedish.

Is there a PhD program in Sweden?

PhD Programs in Sweden. Sweden offers a well-established and internationally recognised higher education system providing a variety of doctoral programs in all major subject areas.

What is a PhD at Cambridge University?

The degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is the University’s principal research degree for graduate students and is available in all faculties and departments. A Cambridge PhD is intellectually demanding and you will need to have a high level of attainment and motivation to pursue this programme of advanced study and research.

Where can I do a PhD in immunology at Cambridge?

A fully funded, three-year PhD studentship is available at the Cambridge Institute for Therapeutic Immunology and Infections Disease (CITIID), where you will work in the Timms Lab using genetic technologies to study the function of E3 ubiquitin ligases. Read more.

Why choose Sweden for your university studies?

Like its Scandinavian neighbours, Sweden is also a highly tolerant country, with progressive and inclusive laws that support LGBT rights and welcome international students and visitors. Here are a few reasons why you should consider a Swedish university this year: