The application period for courses starting in the spring semester 2023 took place between November 15 and December 15.

During the spring semester 2023, courses with free spaces are offered on a "first come, first served"-basis, i.e. that applications will be processed in the order they are submitted.

All applications are sent by the supervisor to: Official transcript of records, or certificate of registration, verifying the applicant's status as doctoral student should be enclosed with the application.

All courses are free of charge, and they are open to all who are admitted to studies on PhD-level, regardless of faculty or university. Prerequisites and special admittance requirements may apply for some courses.

How do I apply?

The application form (see below) is used to apply for a place in a course. The supervisor (or equivalent) must support the doctoral student’s application with a motivation as to why the doctoral student should participate in the course. The supervisor also submits the proposal to the following address: 

Who can apply?

The Faculty of Humanities’ doctoral students have priority for places, and external doctoral students (from Stockholm University or another university) can be admitted to a course subject to availability. External doctoral students will be registered in Ladok in order to enable the Board to monitor all participants in a course. 

The goal is to accommodate all interested doctoral students at the Faculty.