Research training programmes

The research training programmes contribute to creating a strong, mutually binding interaction in the area of research training between, for instance, private and public enterprises, organisations, sector research and universities.

A research training programme is usually set up as a partnership between several institutions/institutes and/or other partners.

The PhD schools of the five faculties provide the fundamental framework for the PhD programmes offered at the University of Southern Denmark. Each PhD programme is offered under the aegis of one of the University's more than 40 research training programmes. A little under 850 active PhD students are affiliated to the University of Southern Denmark.

Use the following alphabetic list to get more information on a research area that is of particular interest to you:

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Business Economics

Clinical Research
Compkem - the Danish Graduate School of Computational Chemistry
Computer Science
Efficient Algorithms and High Quality Solutions
Energy and Environmentally Efficient Technologies
GNP – Århus
Haematology and Oncology
Heart, Kidneys and Circulation
History, Area Studies and Archaeology
Humanistic Health Research
Immunology, Allergology, Microbiology and Disease
Language and Communication
Literature, Aesthetics and Culture Mathematics
Media, Technology and Social Interaction
Metabolism and Endocrinology
Molecular Biophysics
Molecular Metabolism
Philosophy, Education Science and Religious Studies Physics
Physical Activity and Musculoskeletal Health
Political Science
Pro2 - Protein, Chemistry and Proteomics
Public Health
Regenerative Medicine
SMEC - Science and Mathematics Education and Communication
SNAK - Sense Organs, Nerve Systems, Behaviour and Communication
Social Science

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