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شغل دکترا در گرایش‌های مختلف علوم اجتماعی، دانشگاه هلسینکی، فنلاند

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Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences

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Founded in 1640, the University of Helsinki is one of the best multidisciplinary research universities in the world. The University of Helsinki is an international academic community of 40,000 students and staff members. It operates on four campuses in Helsinki and at 9 other locations. The high-quality research carried out by the university creates new knowledge for educating diverse specialists in various fields, and for utilisation in social decision-making and the business sector.

The University of Helsinki doctoral programme in Social Sciences invites applications for 4-7 doctoral candidate positions, each position lasting for a 4-year period, starting from 1.1.2017. Successful candidates are expected to work full time and to complete their doctorates by the end of this four year period. Candidates who plan to complete their doctorates in less than four years (i.e. those who have already been studying for some time) may also apply.  

Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences

The Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences covers all the disciplines at the Department of Social Research; social psychology, social work, social and cultural anthropology, sociology, statistics, media and communication studies and social and public policy. The Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences is the largest doctoral programme and the Department of Social Research is the most significant teaching and research unit in its field in Finland.

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/dp_social_sciences.html).

Thematic teaching is provided both at the disciplinary level and in multi-disciplinary research areas, each of which is based on established research networks. Candidates should study these areas before writing their applications. These are organized around theoretically and substantially relevant research areas and are currently organized as follows (contact persons in parentheses):

1.    Action, Interaction and Social Relationships (Prof. Ilkka Arminen and University lecturer Kari Vesala)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/sub_programme_Action.html

2.    Comparative Study of Social Change (University lecturers Anu Kantola and Sirpa Wrede)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/sub_programme_COMP.html

3.    Cultural and Social Diversities and Intergroup Relations (Profs. Inga Jasinskaja-Lahti and Karmela Liebkind)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/Subprogramme_Cultural_diversities.html

4.    Knowledge, Technology and Environment (Profs. Janne Hukkinen and Petri Ylikoski)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/sub_programme_knowledge.html

5.    Media and Global Communication (Prof. Hannu Nieminen and University lecturer Mervi Pantti)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/sub_programme_media.html

6.    Population, Health and Living Conditions (Prof. Pekka Martikainen and University lecturer Ari Haukkala)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/sub_programme_population.html

7.    Social Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology and Anthropology (Prof. Sarah Green)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/sub_programme_anthropology.html

8.    Social Psychology (Prof. Anna-Maija Pirttilä-Backman)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/Sub_programme_socpsych.html

9.    Social Work and Welfare Policies (Profs. Ilse Julkunen and Mirja Satka)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/sub_programme_welfare.html

10. Statistical Modeling (Profs. Juha Alho and Risto Lehtonen)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/sub_programme_statistics.html

11. Urban Studies/Urban Academy (Profs. Anne Haila and Matti Kortteinen)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/sub_programme_urban.html

12. Social Policy (Prof. Heikki Hiilamo)

http://www.helsinki.fi/socialsciences/research/postgraduate/doctoral_programmes/sub_programme_socialpolicy.html

The duties of a doctoral candidate are to work on his or her own doctoral thesis and to complete his or her postgraduate studies. The duties can include also teaching and other tasks. Teaching tasks can account for up to 5 % of the annual working time.

The appointee must obtain the right to pursue a doctoral degree at the University of Helsinki by the start of the appointment. The appointee must hold a second-cycle degree (e.g. master’s degree or equivalent) and have a research proposal approved by the doctoral programme. Other requirements include the ability and motivation, as demonstrated through previous degree studies or otherwise, to pursue postgraduate stuies and a doctoral degree according to the study plan and research proposal.

Fluency in English language is required.

The University of Helsinki offers a salary dependent on qualifications and work experience. The salary is based on levels 2–4 of the job requirement scheme for teaching and research personnel in the salary system of Finnish universities. In addition, the appointee shall be paid a salary component based on personal work performance. The salary is EUR 2065-3022 per month, depending on the appointee’s qualifications and experience. The appointment starts with a probationary period of four months.

Application period and submission of applicants

The application period starts on 1 September 2016 and closes on 30 September 2016 at 16:00 (Finnish local time, + 2 GMT). Only applications received by this deadline are considered given that they meet the requirements set for the applications.

The applications are submitted electronically by filling in an electronic application form:

https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/72184/lomake.html (the form will open 1.9.2016)

For further information on the doctoral schools, please seehttps://university.helsinki.fi/en/research/doctoral-education/doctoral-schools-and-programmes

Timetable for decision making

Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed. All applicants will be announced about the result by the end of November 2016.

For further information on the doctoral student positions, please contact Riikka Palonkorpi@helsinki.fi, +358 50 4482479

Apply at latest 30.09.2016