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Handbook of doctoral education [page]

Contents This index helps you to locate the piece of information you are looking for. Doctoral education and applying Doctoral education in general Structure, organisation and actors of doctoral education at the University of Eastern Finland Dissertation and doctoral studies Applying General instructions for applying Links to specific instructions of doctoral programmes Doctoral education in […]

Faculty of Health Sciences’ instructions on requirements and examination of a doctoral dissertation [page]

Requirements for Doctoral Dissertation The doctoral dissertation demonstrates the doctoral candidate’s in-depth knowledge of the field of research, related fields and the philosophy of science. Furthermore, the dissertation demonstrate his/her ability to apply the methods of scientific research into practice both independently and critically in his/her field of research as well as independently generate new […]

Requirements of doctoral studies and study plan [page]

For doctoral degree, you have to complete studies worth of 30 to 50 credit points depending on your doctoral programme. The majority of studies are discipline-specific studies, and the minority transferable skills studies, which are typically 5-15 credit points depending on your doctoral programme. The studies will be specified in a personal study plan, which […]

Guidance on research ethics [page]

Good scientific practice Commitment to good scientific practice is primarily up to you, but also to your supervisor, the whole research team, the head of your research unit and the leadership of the University. In addition to good scientific practice you must take into account valid legislation. At the University of Eastern Finland, violations of […]

Cotutelle double degree [page]

Cotutelle agreement gives you a chance to simultaneously graduate from the UEF and a foreign university. This is practical, for example, if your research topic is international in its nature, and/or if your supervisor works in a foreign university. The studies and the degree are carried out at both the universities according to their criteria. […]

Accessibility in studies – aids and facilities [page]

Accessibility refers to the design of physical, psychological and social environments so as to allow everyone to function as equals despite their individual characteristics. At the university, accessibility is something that concerns all students and staff members; however, it is of particular importance to those members of the academic community who have a disability, who […]