The PhD programme in mathematical sciences is standardized to 180 credits (3 years). The final plan for the PhD programme is designed in consultation with the candidate, the supervisor and department depending on the subject area for the thesis and the candidate’s needs and preferences.
After graduation, the candidate should be at the forefront of knowledge in his or her subject area. The candidate should be able to evaluate the use of different methods in the field, and should be able to contribute to the development of new knowledge, new theories and new methods.
After graduation, the candidate should be able to formulate questions for, and plan and carry out research at a high international level in his or her subject area.
After graduation, the candidate should be able to conduct his or her research with professional and ethical integrity. The candidate should be able to communicate his or her research via recognized national and international channels, and to manage complex interdisciplinary projects. The candidate should be able to assess the need for and take the initiative to drive innovation.
The PhD programme in mathematics is related to six academic areas:
- Mathematics Education
Interdisciplinary areas that have a main profile in mathematical sciences are also included. See the overview of subject areas and disciplines at the Department of Mathematical Sciences.