Ageing and Demographic Changes in Late Modern Society – A Transnational, Interdisciplinary PhD-course
In 2022, Malmö University and the Faculty of Health and Society will be hosting a unique transnational, interdisciplinary PhD course where graduate students from different social and natural science disciplines are given the opportunity to meet in cross-border collaboration on society and ageing. The course is open to applicants from Malmö University as well as other national and international institutions. Reflective learning and development of one’s own research question are part of this thematic course. The course was held by MAU in 2021, with 23 PhD students participating from 16 different universities.
- Course start date and structure: April 26, 2022. Delivered online with a thematic week with on campus or online participation May 16-20, 2022.
- Credit: 5 ECTS
- Tuition fees are waived
- Contact person: Jonas Christensen firstname.lastname@example.org
- For more information and application details: Ageing and Demographic Changes in Late Modern Society – A Transnational, Interdisciplinary PhD-course
Further information can also be found in the PDF flyer for this programme: Aging and Demographic Changes in Late Modern Society – A transnational interdisciplinary PhD course Malmö University