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PhD Studies at MISU

The Department of Meterology offers PhD studies in a wide range of subjects within atmospheric and oceanographic studies, e.g. dynamical meteorology, physical oceanography, chemical meteorology and atmospheric physics. See Fields of Research or our Biannual Reports for more information about the research at MISU. Doctoral studies are full-time studies during four years.

New PhD student at MISU

Here you will find a summary of information from your Director of Studies.

PhD courses at MISU and The Bolin Centre

We offer a broad spectrum of courses for PhD students within atmospheric, oceanographic and geophysical sciences, together with Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research.

Handbook for PhD students

The Handbook for Postgraduate Students is intended both for those who are thinking about starting doctoral studies and also students who have already begun these programs. The Handbook contains most of the information you need about your rights and obligations and the conditions that apply to postgraduate programmes in Sweden. It contains a lot of practical tips and advice that you cannot really do without.

Documents for PhD students

Here are a few documents that are useful for you, when you are a PhD student at MISU. If you can't find what you are looking for, please contact the Director of Studies or an administrator.

Contact information

Phone: +46-8-16 43 53 (Reception)
Fax:     +46-8-15 71 85

Visiting Address
Arrhenius Laboratory, 6th Floor
Svante Arrhenius Väg 16C
Frescati Campus

Questions Regarding Research
Johan Nilsson

Director of Doctoral Studies
Abdel Hannachi
+46-(0)8-164351

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