120 new doctors graduate every year from the University of Tampere. The Doctoral degree takes approximately 4 years and is worth 240 ECTS credits. Doctoral studies require independent research and a Doctoral dissertation, which is defended in public.
Doctoral training in our University takes place in the University’s Doctoral School consisting of the doctoral programmes of respective academic Schools. All doctoral students of the University are members of a doctoral programme and of the University Doctoral School. Doctoral training and doctoral degree consist of individual scientific or artistic work, subject spesific studies and other studies. Special attention is paid to internationality and methodological, working life and researcher skills.
These web pages include information on applying for doctoral studies, our doctoral programmes, supervision and planning of studies, joint doctoral courses, available funding opportunities and the organisation of doctoral training at the University of Tampere.
Upcoming Doctoral Defenses
» 19.2.2016 LL Olli Lainiala: Adverse Reactions to Metal Debris in Metal-on-Metal Hip Resurfacings and Total Hip Arthroplasties: Screening, diagnostics and treatment (Metallireaktiot lonkan metalli-metalli-liukuparillisissa pinnoite- ja kokotekonivelissä: seuranta, diagnostiikka ja hoito) (8.2.2016)
» 19.2.2016 FM Kirsi Määttä: Genetic predisposition to breast and ovarian cancer - BRCA1/2-negative families (Geneettinen alttius rinta- ja munasarjasyövälle - BRCA1/2-negatiiviset perheet) (8.2.2016)