The Faculty of Arts and Humanities Doctoral College is an interdisciplinary forum for critical discussion on the role of humanities research. FADC also provides opportunities for doctoral students to develop important skills for future employment both within and outside of academia, this is done through a course package offered by FADC as well as a number of workshops – all available to doctoral students within the Faculty of Arts.
FADC was founded in 2008 with the aim to:
add value to doctoral studies
improve the quality of education for doctoral students
support doctoral students to obtain the skills required for successful future careers within and outside the academy
expose doctoral students to interdisciplinary contexts
offer a social and educational space for doctoral students and supervisors to interact and exchange ideas
provide a way to exchange ideas about doctoral education between different disciplines
promote cross-border and interdisciplinary collaboration within and outside the faculty
provide a course package of 10 credits, which is topical and relevant for the doctoral students
General terms and conditions:
All doctoral students should be affiliated with a research college. In most cases this means that the Faculty of Arts doctoral students are affiliated with FADC. If the doctoral student is affiliated with a different research college, this is determined when the doctoral student is accepted and further when the individual study plan is drawn up.
The doctoral student must gain at least 10 course credits within a research college. FADC's course package is presented below.