Ph.d.-informationer

The PhD programme in political science covers the following sub-disciplines: comparative politics, international relations, public administration and management, public policy, political sociology, political theory, and methods. 

This page is meant for supervisors and students already enrolled in our PhD programme.

Survival kit for PhDs

This document contains practical information about being a PhD student at the Department of Political Science, arranged roughly according to order of the phases of the PhD and grouped into related areas.


PhD Events

fre 25 jun
14:15-16:00 | Aud. A 1 (1333/101)
Ph.d.-forsvar Don't Look: Essays on the Morality of Privacy
Lauritz Aastrup Munch forsvarer sin ph.d. afhandling
man 02 aug
09:00-16:00 | The Department of Political Science, Aarhus University
ECPR Summer School
The Department of Political Science at Aarhus University is pleased to be hosting the Summer School of our Standing Group on Political Parties in 2021. The academic theme is Theories and Methods in Party Politics.

News

Starting on Monday 10 May, many PhD students will be able to come to campus to study in their PhD offices and group rooms. AU Photo, Jesper Rais.

2021.05.07 | PhD students

More PhD students can return to campus

Starting on Monday 10 May, some PhD students can return to their PhD offices and group rooms on campus.

2020.11.17 | PhD students

UNIVERSITY ELECTIONS 2020 – SEE THE RESULTS

This year’s university elections are over. The votes have been counted and the victorious candidates informed. This year’s turnout was 16% which is lower than previous years. It is assessed that the coronavirus is the primary reason for this.

2020.10.08 | PhD students

Stand for the university elections

In November, elections will be held at AU. You can vote for the candidate you want to represent you or you can stand for election yourself to your academic council, board of studies and your PhD committee. If you would like to put your name forward for election, you can do so from 19 October until 23 October.