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Join us for your doctoral studies at the University of Turku!

“The research conducted at the University of Turku is ethical and scientifically excellent. Our research has significant impact and meets future global challenges. Close national and international research collaboration strengthens the University’s position among the leading research universities in the world.”
(Strategy 2030 of the University of Turku).

 

The University of Turku Graduate School (UTUGS) provides an international research community and a high-quality supervision, with emphasis on supervisors’ expertise and commitment to personalized supervision of doctoral candidates.

There are 16 Doctoral Programmes covering all the disciplines at the University of Turku, with approximately 2,000 doctoral candidates in total from over 70 countries. More than 180 doctoral degrees are completed each year. Study rights for doctoral training are applied through doctoral programmes. The application period for a right to study a doctoral degree occurs twice a year. There are approximately 200 doctoral candidates funded positions which you can apply in the autumn application period.

Application periods

The application periods during the academic year 2022-2023 are

  • 29.8. - 16.9.2022 (study right begins 1.1.2023  + UTUGS funded positions 1.1.2023-31.12.2026)
  • 1.3. – 17.3.2023 (study right begins 1.8.2023)

>> How to apply for doctoral training 

Doctoral candidate Armin Nabizadeh
Most of the PhD projects at UTU are in collaboration with other universities all around the world which helps the students build their own networks.
Armin Nabizadeh, Doctoral Candidate

Ready to start your research career at the University of Turku?