Postgraduate studies

Postgraduate studies are studies done after completing a Master’s degree, which aim either towards attaining a Licentiate or a Doctoral degree. The central part of a Licentiate degree is the licentiate thesis, and in the Doctoral degree a dissertation. A Licentiate degree is not mandatory when intending to complete a Doctoral degree.

At the Department of Language and Communication Studies you can gain your Doctoral degree in the following subjects:

Postgraduate follow-up group


More information on applying for doctoral studies