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How external applicants can apply for PhD courses in medicine and health sciences

Applicants who are not admitted to a PhD programme or the Medical Student Research Programme at UiO must apply for a right to study before they can apply for PhD courses in medicine and health sciences.

1. Application for a right to study in SøknadsWeb

Applicants who are not admitted to a PhD programme or the Medical Student Research Programme at UiO must apply for a right to study in SøknadsWeb before they can apply for PhD courses in medicine and health sciences. In order to be registered with a right to study, you must be formally admitted to a PhD programme, a medical student research programme, have a master degree or be in a Post Doc position at an educational institution within EU/EEA.

Application period for applying for a right to study in SøknadsWeb is:

Autumn 2018:     1 June - 1 November

Note that the PhD courses have individual application deadlines for a right to study. Information about deadlines are posted in the individual course descriptions.

If you are given a right to study, you can apply for PhD courses in StudentWeb from 20 August (or 1-2 weeks after you applied for a right to study if you applied after 20 August).

 

2. Application for PhD courses in StudentWeb

When you have received a confirmation of a right to study, you can apply for admission to PhD courses in medicine and health sciences in StudentWeb.

Note that the PhD courses have individual deadlines. Information about deadlines can be found in the individual course descriptions. You are responsible for enrolling in courses within the deadlines.

 

Published Apr. 28, 2016 2:06 PM - Last modified May 16, 2018 1:53 PM