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Archived Curricula Guide 2015–2017
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Other research- and expertise-related studies, 40 ECTS

Learning outcomes

Upon successful completion of the course unit, the student will understand the principles of academic research and be able to apply them to their own research. The student will be able to adopt and adapt the researching and professional skills required in research work by both partaking in the activities of the academic community and acting independently and professionally in their own research work. After actively attending the research seminars of their doctoral programme, the student will be able to partake in academic discussion and both give and receive constructive criticism. They will have a deep understanding of their own field of research.


The student will devise a study and instruction plan and update it accordingly as their studies progress. The student will regularly attend the research seminar of the Doctoral Programme in Literary Studies, present their own research work there and comment on the work of others. The student will complete studies in research ethics. It is also recommended that the student complete other studies available for doctoral students offered by the university’s Doctoral School or the School of Language, Translation and Literary Studies, such as courses in the philosophy of science and academic writing. The student will complete other research- and expertise-related studies in concordance with their study plan. This course unit can also include working for academic organisations, writing for publication, teaching, attending conferences, and taking part in other similar activities in the academic community in concordance with the student’s study plan.



Belongs to following modules

School of Language, Translation and Literary Studies
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Other research- and expertise-related studies

DPLSETH Research Ethics, 1–5 ECTS
DPLS01 Doctoral Studies, 1–40 ECTS
School of Language, Translation and Literary Studies