What will you learn? Candidates must be able to carry out an independent work of research on an advanced scientific level. They must be qualified to conduct research activities of an international standard in the subject area, and must be familiar with and have a reflective attitude towards different perspectives and research methods in the field as well within research ethics.
Short description The PhD education will give the candidate knowledge, skills and expertise in line with the Norwegian qualifications framework.
Subject Areas: - Urban and regional planning - Real estate and law - Public health science - Landscape architecture
Graduate Institute (IHEID) Our two-year Master’s program offers rigorous training in anthropology and sociology through a combination of coursework in small class settings, opportunities for independent field research, and close mentoring. During the program students acquire a breadth and depth of disciplinary and cross-disciplinary knowledge, as well as research skills across a variety of methodological approaches.
We aim to foster in our students the analytical, methodological, and conceptual capacities needed to develop nuanced understandings of, and responses to, the transnational and globalized dimensions of many of today’s most urgent social, cultural, political, and economic problems. Students complete our program well prepared for careers in the international, public, private, and nonprofit sectors. A number of our MA students also go on to pursue PhDs in ANSO or other internationally competitive doctoral programs.