A multidisciplinary graduate school in environmental marine research is organised by Gothenburg Centre for Marine Research with funding from the University of Gothenburg. The school consists of seven paired projects, each including two PhD students and two supervisors from two separate faculties.
Read more about the seven paired projects here.
8 Ph D students from the graduate school participated at a conference on interdisciplinarity at Tjärnö in October 2012.
The graduate school will recruit in total 14 research students, working in 7 pair-projects. The two students and the two (or more) supervisors within each project should collaborate to the extent that at least one multidisciplinary (co-authored) manuscript or conference paper is provided.
Each research student will be affiliated to a "home department" (the department of the supervisor) and be examined in accordance with the rules of the department. Research students and their supervisors of the graduate school are expected to take part of seminars, workshops and similar activities arranged by the school.
School of Global Studies,
Konstepidemins väg 2 A-E, 413 14 Göteborg
+46 31 786 4214
Marine Environmental Management, (7,5 hp)
PhD course given during autumn 2013 by Gothenburg Centre for Marine Research.
From research to Policy for Sustainable Development, (5 hp)
PhD course given during February and April 2013 by GMV. Read more here
Environmental Governance and Development: Gender, Climate Change and Conflict
PhD course given in June 2012 by Chalmers University of Technology and Göteborg University in collaboration.