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LinCS-DSES Doctoral School

Doctoral School in Educational Sciences (LinCS-DSES)

LinCS-DSES (Doctoral School in Educational Sciences) was a doctoral school funded by The Swedish Research Council. It has now been terminated.


Important ambitions behind the concept of national
doctoral schools is to contribute to the internationalization of
doctoral training and to the facilitation of networking between
doctoral students at different universities in Sweden and in
other countries. The courses will include lectures and seminars
by leading international, Nordic and national scholars. Please
note that these VR funded doctoral schools do not pay salaries
to students; only costs for participation (travel etc.) will be

Aims of LinCS-DSES

LinCS-DSES focuses on processes of learning, interaction
and schooling in the modern society. This school offers courses
that give the participants a thorough background for studying learning in its various manifestations in contemporary society.
An explicit purpose is to offer theoretical and methodological
skills relevant for the study of human learning and the
development of competences at various levels of inquiry: from
the psychological level to comparative studies of educational
systems and educational performance in an international
perspective. An important element in some courses is the role
that digital technology plays both in the transformation of
how people learn in various settings and in terms of the role
technology can play in supporting learning activities.


All students who are registered as Ph. D. students in the educational sciences and neighbouring fields are invited to participate. International students are also welcome to participate. The courses are inter- and multidisciplinary, and students enrolled in Ph. D. training outside education and educational research, for instance in fields such as media studies, psychology, applied informatics, communication sciences etc. are encouraged to apply.

All participation is free of charge. In addition, travel costs to course venues (including hotel, second class train or budget airfare etc.) will be covered. Reimbursement will follow upon completion and passing of course.

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