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PhD courses (8000 courses) at the Faculty of Science and Technology

Signing up for PhD courses at the Faculty of Science and Technology

PhD students at UiT The Arctic University of Norway sign up for 8000 courses through StudentWeb. You will find information about how to register for the semester and sign up for courses here. You are not guaranteed enrollment to courses with restricted admission. If you have applied for admission to a restricted course you will be informed if you got admission or not after the deadline.

PhD students from other universities, applicants with a master’s degree or equivalent, or participants in the Associate Professor Programme must apply for admission to 8000 courses through SøknadsWeb.

 

External students must document their basis for admission

External students must remember to upload certified documentation of education, and if relevant, documentation of their status as a PhD student to SøknadsWeb. Confirmation of student status should be from your home University's student administration. Confirmation from your supervisor or copy of award letter is not considered as valid documentation.

 

Who can apply for admission to the 8000 courses The following students may apply for the 8000 courses, in order of priority:

  1. PhD students and research fellows at a PhD student research program at the University of Tromsø
  2. Participants in the Associate Professor Program
  3. PhD students and students at a PhD student research program at other universities
  4. People who have a minimum master's degree or equivalent, but are not admitted to a PhD program.

If there are more applicants than available places, students will be given priority from the category 1 to 4. Please note that some courses may have additional admission requirements and / or priority keys. This would then be stated in the course description for each course.

 

Special Curriculum

Special curriculums are approved by the head of Department at the Department responible for the course. When the application has been approved, you can send the form to hilde.beate.amundsen@uit.no

You will then be signed up for the course.

Application form for special curriculum (in Norwegian only)

 

Transcript of record
Transcripts can be ordered via the StudentWeb. The transcript will be sent by mail to your registered term address. Make sure to check/update your semester address before ordering the transcript

 

Course overview Below you will find an overview of the 8000-courses at the NT-faculty. The courses are not necessarily given in a regular interval. For additional information about each course, please see the course catalouge.

Matematics

MAT-8112 Contact geometry and symplectic geometry. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8113 Nonlinear partial differential equations. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8121 Stochastic differential equations. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8122 Quantum mathematics. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8202 Nonlinear waves. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8203 Wave turbulence. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8204 Wavelets methods in physics and chemistry. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8213 Climate Dynamics. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8302 Elliptic curves. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8303 Algebraic geometry. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8304 Advanced number theory. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8305 Class field theory. The course is given at irregular intervals.

MAT-8306 Factorizations algorithms. The course is given at irregular intervals.

 

Statistics

STA-8000 Asymptotic theory. The course is given at irregular intervals.

STA-8001 Computer-intensive statistics. The course is given at irregular intervals.

STA-8002 Multivariable statistical analysis. The course is given at irregular intervals.

STA-8003 Nonparametric inference. The course is given at irregular intervals.

 

Informatics

INF-8203 Advanced Distributed Systems. The course is given every spring.

INF-8701 Advanced Database Systems. The course is given every spring

INF-8206 Advanced Cloud Computing Technologies. The course is given at irregular intervals.

INF-8320 Middleware. The course is given at irregular intervals.

INF-8710 Multimedia information retrieval. The course is given at irregular intervals.

INF-8790 Advanced topics in medical informatics. The course is given at irregular intervals.

 

Chemistry

KJE-8102 Computational Chemistry. The course is given at irregular intervals.

KJE-8103 Quantum chemical methods. The course is given at irregular intervals.

KJE-8104 Relativistic quantum chemistry. The course is given at irregular intervals.

KJE-8105 Molecular properties and spectroscopy. The course is given at irregular intervals.

KJE-8201 Bioinorganic chemistry. The course is given at irregular intervals.

KJE-8303 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. The course is given at irregular intervals.

KJE-8308 Organometallic compounds in organic synthesis. The course is given at irregular intervals.

KJE-8402 Protein structures. The course is given at irregular intervals.

KJE-8403 Crystallography I. The course is given at irregular intervals.

KJE-8602 Bioinformatics - genome and genome analysis. The course is given at irregular intervals.

KJE-8701 Biophysical aspects of protein folding and stability. The course is given every second spring

KJE-8703 Crystallization of biological macromolecules. The course is given every second fall

KJE-8704 Structure guided drug discovery and design. The course is given every second spring

 

Geology

GEO-8113 Field course in Exogene Geology. The course is given every spring

GEO-8123 Marine Geophysics. The course is given every fall

GEO-8126 Practical Seismic Processing. The course is given every fall

GEO-8127 Threedimensional seismic interpretation. The course is given every spring

GEO-8131 Deformation processes. The course is given every spring

GEO-8144 Marine geology and geophysics cruise. The course is given every summer

GEO-8145 Arctic marine geology and geophysics workshop. The course is given every year (spring or fall)

 

Physics

FYS-8007 Microwave techniques. The course is given every third semester

FYS-8009 Photonics. The course is normally given every third semester

FYS-8011 Detection theory. The course is given at irregular intervals.

FYS-8012 Pattern recognition. The course is normally given every fall.

FYS-8017 Laboratory Plasmas for Space Research. The course is given at irregular intervals.

FYS-8024 Biomedical Instrumentation and Imaging. The course is given at irregular intervals.

FYS-8026 Fusion plasma physics. The course is given at irregular intervals

 

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