How do I apply for a PhD program?

How do I apply for a PhD program?

The Guide to Your PhD Application

  1. Your academic record.
  2. English or another foreign language certificate.
  3. Letters of recommendation.
  4. Research proposal.
  5. Letter of motivation.
  6. PhD entrance exam.
  7. Resume.
  8. Other important aspects of your application for a PhD programme:

Where are PHDS free?

Public universities in Finland charge no PhD fees to any students, regardless of nationality. This is different to Finnish Masters programmes which do charge fees to international students.

Is PhD in Sweden free?

PhD programmes are free of charge in Sweden, regardless of citizenship. If you want to take courses at Bachelor’s or Master’s level outside of your PhD programme: You must apply for courses through or

Do all PhD students get funding?

On the other hand, many schools offer all their PhD students a “full funding” package (i.e., a merit-based financial aid package) when they are accepted to the program. A full funding package typically includes a full tuition scholarship and a modest annual stipend for three to five years.

Do PhD students get paid in Sweden?

The collective wage agreement sets the salary of PhD students and Postdocs in Sweden. Currently, the starting salary of a PhD student is 30000 Swedish Krona (SEK) per month which grows up per year and reach up to 34500 SEK per month.

How can I get PhD in Norway?

PhD applicants in Norway must have a Masters degree in a relevant subject area. A corresponding degree may be acceptable – you can check the eligibility of your qualifications at the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT). The specific application requirements vary between research institutions.

How can I get PhD in Sweden?

Doctoral level study in Sweden takes one of two forms: A standard PhD requires a minimum of four years full-time work (equivalent to 240 ECTS credits) and awards a full doctorate (along with the all-important title of ‘doctor’). Alternatively, you may choose to study for a shorter licentiate degree.