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Doctoral studies

The aim of the doctoral education is that the doctoral student should learn to critically and independently solve economic-historical research tasks and to contribute to the development of economic historical knowledge by producing a doctoral thesis.

The doctoral student is expected to acquire a broad knowledge of social science and historical methods and theories, which can prepare her/him for continued work in research and teaching, as well as in investigative activities, such as public and private administration, mass media, museums, archives and the in library system.

The doctoral program comprises four years of full-time studies, divided into 75 credits from courses and 165 credits from the doctoral thesis. The program leads to a PhD-exam.

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