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Doctoral studies

Doctoral studies (research education) are for those who have a genuine interest in physics. A research education gives you a deeper knowledge within your subject area and analytical tools to formulate problems as well as to analyze and critically judge your results.

The Department of Physics offers graduate research education in the following areas: astronomy and astrophysics, atomic and molecular physics, biological physics/complex systems, and condensed matter physics. Look under "Research" to find out more about the activities within the respective areas. The education is carried out in close collaboration with the departments of Fundamental Physics and Applied Physics at Chalmers University of Technology, within the Physics Centre in Gothenburg.

In order to be accepted for graduate research education you need to have completed a university education that is equivalent to a Masters program in Physics at a university within the European Union. Students with an equivalent foreign qualification should also have passed an English language test (e.g. at least 550 points in the TOEFL test).

More information on doctoral studies

You can read more about the research education at the Univeristy of Gothenburg at:

Third-cycle education at the Faculty of Science

Research at the University of Gothenburg

Postgraduate student at the University of Gothenburg

Advice for doctoral supervisors

Page Manager: Robert Karlsson|Last update: 3/2/2017

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