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
Centro de Estudos sobre Africa e do Desenvolvimento (CeSA) The PhD in Development Studies is a 3rd cycle program of studies that aims to provide high quality training and produce original research in the area of Development Studies, a field of interdisciplinary research of the process of economic, social and political changes in modern societies. This PhD program was created in 2009 and accredited by the national agency A3ES in 2015. After 2017/18 this program became a joint PhD of ISEG (School of Economics and Management), ICS (Institute of Social Sciences), IGOT (Institute of Geographic and Spatial Planning) and ISA (School of Agriculture) of Universidade de Lisboa, with some changes in its content, recently approved by the national agency A3ES. This programme is lectured in English, but it will offer tutorials both in English and in Portuguese. The PhD thesis may be written in Portuguese or in English.
What kind of themes can I study in the Program? Research themes for the doctoral thesis and course units are grounded in a broad range of issues related to the development of contemporary societies and its methodological variables and analytical tools. The emphasis is on agriculture and contemporary agrarian transformation; poverty, inequality and equity issues; development economics and aid finance; development cooperation, policy and political issues; geography and urbanization; migration and gender; security- development nexus; sustainable consumption, food production and ecosystem services; and modernity theoretical challenges to development. These themes are explored in our PhD programme through course units related to the development of contemporary societies, including: theories of development and modernity, the policy and politics of development, sustainability transitions and a focus on urban development. As a Development Studies programme, interdisciplinary links are established between economics, sociology, geography, social and economic history,
UiB Global, University of Bergen Håvard Haarstad is co-organising a new PhD course to be held at the University of Oslo, on Urban Transformations. The overarching question for the course is simply; how can we understand and conceptualize ongoing urban transformations? In addition to Haarstad and Per Gunnar Røe (University of Oslo), the course offers seminars by well-known urban theorists Kevin Ward (University of Manchester) and Jane Jacobs (National University of Singapore).