Research education at the Department of Gender Studies began in 2006. The Ph.D.Education Programme is headed by Professor Diana Mulinari and several members of the academic staff act supervisors and examiners for the programme. Information about the department’s doctoral students is available under individual staff pages link
Admission: Applications to the programme are not currently being accepted.
How to apply
Ph.D. positions at Gender Studies are only announced when the department is able to offer the funding as required by Swedish university regulations. Positions and admission is only announced at these times. When the positions are available within the Ph.D. programme, these will be announced on this homepage and on the Lund University web page: http://www.lunduniversity.lu.se/about-lund-university/jobs
To be eligible (behörig) for our PhD program in Gender Studies, one needs to have at minimum a bachelors degree and a one year master degree (advanced level) in gender studies or the equivalent knowledge. The degree should include a paper (Diploma work/thesis) presenting the results of independent research. In general, admission is based on the student’s estimated ability to complete the program successfully.
When PhD positions become open, there will be more detailed instructions regarding the application process available. If you would like to receive an announcement when positions are available please send your contact information to: Camilla [dot] Lekebjer [at] genus [dot] lu [dot] se.
More information on available positions
Diana Mulinari, professor
Tel. 046-222 97 04
E-post: Diana [dot] Mulinari [at] genus [dot] lu [dot] se
Tel. 046-222 97 78
E-post: camilla [dot] lekebjer [at] genus [dot] lu [dot] se