PhD courses within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT

The Swedish Research School of Management and IT offers PhD courses for PhD students from the research school as well as for other PhD students who are interested.

For PhD students who are partially funded by or associated to the research school, there are four obligatory courses within the research school:

  • Perspectives on Science and Research, given at Uppsala University during the autumn.
  • Seminars and Thesis Work, given at Uppsala University during the autumn.
  • Research in Information Systems and Informatics, given at Uppsala University and Lund University during the spring.
  • Research on Information Technology in Organization and Management, given at Uppsala University, Stockholm University and Karlstad University (replaces Management, Organisation and ICT).

The PhD students are also recommended to take other courses which are offered within the research school.

Coming PhD courses

Table of contents:

Perspectives on science and research

The course is given during the autumn and is obligatory for PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Managent and IT (MIT).

Perspectives on Science and Research (course page from 2022) - FHS0021 (7,5 hp)

The course was given in English in Uppsala 1/9-28/9 2022 and will be given in the autumn 2023.

Course director: Professor Fredrik Tell.

The course is given by the Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University.

The course is obligatory for PhD students within the SUBS-program and within the Swedish Research School of Management IT (MIT) and since there is a limited number of students who can attend the course these students are given priority.

Seminars and Thesis Work

The course is given during the autumn and is obligatory for PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT (MIT).

Seminars and Thesis Work - FHS0040 (7,5 hp)

The course is given in English in Uppsala: 20-21/10, 2-3/11, 17-18/11 2022.

Course director: Professor Christina Keller.

The course is given at Uppsala University.

The course is obligatory for PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT (MIT) and since there is a limited number of students who can attend the course these students are given priority.

Research in Information Systems and Informatics

The course is given during the spring and is obligatory for PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT (MIT).

Research in Information Systems and Informatics - FHS0091 (7,5 hp).

The course will be given in English in Visby, Uppsala and Lund 19/1-24/3 2023.

Course director: Pär Ågerfalk.

The course is obligatory for PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT (MIT) and since there is a limited number of students who can attend the course these students are given priority.

Research on Information Technology in Organization and Management (replaces Management, Organisation and ICT)

The course is given during the spring and is obligatory for PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT (MIT).

Research on Information Technology in Organization and Management  - FSA0002 (7.5 hp).

The course will be given in English in 28-29/3, Stockholm 25-26/4, Karlstad 16-17/5 and online 14/6.

Course director: Associate Professor Einar Iveroth (UU)

The course is obligatory for PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT (MIT) and since there is a limited number of students who can attend the course these students are given priority.

You can sign up to Research on Information Technology in Organization and Management here until 28 February 2023. 

Qualitative Methods

The course is given during the autumn and  is offered to PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT (MIT).

Qualitative Methods (course page from 2022) - FHS0022 (7,5 hp)

The course was given in English in Uppsala 29/9-28/10 2022, and will be given in the autumn 2023.

Course director: Professor Linda Wedlin.

The course is given by the Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University.

The course is obligatory for PhD students at the Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University, and since there is a limited number of students who can attend the course these students are given priority. 

Introduction to Multivariate Statistics

The course is given during the autumn and  is offered to PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT (MIT).

Introduction to Multivariate Statistics (course page from 2022) - FHS0024 (7,5 hp).

The course was given in English in Uppsala 17/10-1/11 2022, and will be given in the autumn 2023.

Course director: Professor James Sallis.

The course is given by the Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University.

The course is obligatory for PhD students within the SUBS-program and since there is a limited number of students who can attend the course these students are given priority.

Other couses given by the universities part of the Swedish Research School of Management and IT (MIT)

Innovation Management Research (7,5 hp)

The course is given at Karlstad University.

Course director: Federico Artusi och Peter Magnusson

The course is offered to PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT.

You can sign up to the course until 15 January 2023, via e-mail to britt-marie.shandrew@kau.se.

Design Science Research in Information Systems (7,5 hp)

The course is given at Lund University.

Course director: Osama Mansour

The course is offered to PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT.

You can sign up to the course until 30 November 2022, via e-mail to mari.lundberg@ics.lu.se.

Theory and Philosophy of Social Media (7,5 hp)

The course is given at Lund University 29/8 2022—15/1 2023.

Course director: Osama Mansour.

The course is offered to PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT.

Emerging Topics in Information Systems (7,5 hp)

The course is given at Lund University 29/8 2022—15/1 2023.

Course director: Saonee Sarker.

The course is offered to PhD students within the Swedish Research School of Management and IT.

Last modified: 2023-01-26