O que eu aprenderei?

The Cultural History of Eastern and Central Europe is a multi- and interdisciplinary research subject focusing on history and the cultural sciences. The ambition within the subject is to integrate knowledge, methods and theoretical perspectives from these disciplines in the study of Eastern and Central European societies. The aim is to understand and explain the history and current development of Eastern and Central Europe from the perspectives of cultural change and continuity. The subject allows for a great number of research topics and comparisons between Eastern and Central Europe and other regions.

Objectives

The aim of the third cycle programmes at the Faculties of Humanities and Theology is to provide students with research and communication skills that prepare them for work in academia and wider society, nationally and internationally. PhD graduates from the Faculties of Humanities and Theology shall be nationally and internationally competitive in terms of publications, project applications and positions. The programme is to provide sufficient breadth and specialisation and appropriate teacher training to equip students for teaching posts in higher education.

The completion of the third cycle programme in the Cultural History of Eastern and Central Europe results in a degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

Outcomes for a degree of Doctor in the Cultural History of Eastern and Central Europe:

Knowledge and understanding

For the degree of Doctor in the Cultural History of Eastern and Central Europe, the third-cycle student shall

– demonstrate specialised understanding of the complex cultural and historical issues of particular relevance to Eastern and Central Europe

– demonstrate good reading skills in at least one of the languages spoken in Eastern and Central Europe

Judgement and approach

For the degree of Doctor in The Cultural History of Eastern and Central Europe, the third-cycle student shall

– demonstrate the ability to take a considered and nuanced position on the interdisciplinary theories and methods applied in area studies within the cultural and historical sciences

– demonstrate the ability to reflect in depth on the cultural, political, social and historical aspects that distinguish Eastern and Central Europe from the rest of Europe and the world

De qual departamento farei parte?

Faculties of Humanities and Theology

Opções de estudo

Período integral (4 anos)

Valores
There are no tuition fees for doctoral studies at Lund University
Data de início

Esperado Janeiro, Setembro 2021

Localização

Lund University

LUND,

SE-221 00, Sweden

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes do(s)/da Brasil

Other English Language Requirements: TOEFL (Paper-based) For English 6: Score of 4.5 (scale 1–6) in written test and a total score of 575.

Para estudantes internacionais

A person meets the general entry requirements for third-cycle courses and study programmes if he or she:

1. has been awarded a second-cycle qualification

2. has satisfied the requirements for courses comprising at least 240 credits of which at least 60 credits were awarded in the second-cycle, or

3. has acquired substantially equivalent knowledge in some other way in Sweden or abroad.

A proof of English proficiency consists of one of the following: English as your native language; a first degree from a Nordic country; a passing grade equivalent to a Swedish 3-year upper secondary course; a TOEFL score of at least 550, with no less than 213 points on the computer based test and no less than 79 on the internet-based one; An IELTS test, in which the "Academic Module" must be completed with at least 6.5 as a result and with no section scoring less than 5.0.

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