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Third-cycle subject areas

Subject areas at the Academy:

Research on Arts Education

Musical Performance and Interpretation

Music Education

Performance in Theatre and Music Drama

Admission to the Ph.D. programmes

Students can only be accepted to the Academy of Music and Drama's Ph.D. Programme when a special call for applicants has been issued (with the exception of applicants who have guaranteed external financing).

When openings in the PhD Programme are advertised, doctoral candidate positions for the same duration as the Ph.D. Programme requires (i.e., four years) will also be advertised. This means that Ph.D. students and doctoral candidates will be employed for a fixed four-year term and at a fixed salary. The starting salary (2016) is SEK 24,600 per month. Once a student has completed 50 per cent of the Ph.D. Programme, their monthly salary will be raised to SEK 27,050. Once 75 per cent of the programme has been completed, it will be raised again to SEK 29,300.

Doctoral candidates are also encouraged to carry out a certain amount of teaching, up to 20 per cent of the Programme’s duration. In such cases, the Programme's duration will be extended by an equivalent period, which means that a Ph.D. programme with a 20-per-cent teaching load will take five years to complete, for example.

The next round of admissions will be advertised here.

Detailed instructions and requirements for applicants can be found in the general syllabi for each Ph.D. programme's subject. Links to these syllabi can be found at the top of this page.

Contact Information

Anders Carlsson

Research coordinator,

Phone:
+46 31 786 4338

Page Manager: Tobias Egle|Last update: 9/19/2017
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Utskriftsdatum: 2017-11-20