Report of activity and funding

Ph.D. students are required each term to give a report of the extent of their research activity and how this activity is financed. For Uppsala University this report is made on a form which may be found here.

The department is required to collect this information regarding levels of activity and types of funding by a decision of the Vice-Chancellor (1995-06-20), which in turn complies with the regulations laid out in the Ordinance (1993:1153) concerning the Reporting of Higher Education Studies etc. at universities and university colleges. The data is compiled by the Student Records Office and reported to Statistics Sweden (SCB). The reported information as regards levels of activity is also used to determine the entitlement of Ph.D. students to student discounts (for example, by the Students’ Union).

If you need assistance to complete the form please contact Eva-Lena Wahlberg.

Click here for further information on activity and financing (in Swedish).

 

Contact

Director of post-graduate studies, Clinical units:
Lars Hillered, 018-611 42 42, Uppsala University Hospital

Director of post-graduate studies, Pre-clinical units:
Helgi Schiöth, 018-471 4622, BMC

Ph.D. student administrator:
Eva-Lena Wahlberg

Student representative in the Departmental Board:

Hedvig Zetterberg, PhD student Physioterapy

PM Admission seminar

Admission seminar aims to improve the quality of postgraduate studies through support of the proposed PhD-student and principal supervisor for planning the studies. Click here to read all informationProtocol - Admission seminar

When problems arise..

There may be times during your post-graduate studies in which you encounter problems or experience uncertainty. In addition to your supervisor, you can also seek assistance from the directors of post-graduate studies and the Ph.D. student representatives on the Board of the Department: please feel free to contact them!

Winner of PhD student Best poster relay at Neuroscience Day 2016

Andreas Tolf, Ph D student in Neurology, won the Ph D student Best poster relay with his poster/presentation. Congratulations! 

To read the motivation behind the decision please follow the link to the webpage.