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5 Doctoral Student Positions in Design and Crafts at HDK

Open call  /  04 Jul 2017  -  01 Sep 2017
Published: 04.07.2017
5 Doctoral Student Positions in Design and Crafts at HDK.
HDK. Academy of Design and Crafts
Management:
Karin Johansson
DEADLINE: 01/09/2017
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Photo by: Ekaterina Lukoshkova
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The ambition of HDK, Academy of Design and Crafts, is to be one of the most attractive and exciting art universities in Europe. Here, we do research and education in design, crafts and arts education. The Department is engaged in big and small societal issues, and contributes to a sustainable society and a better future.
 

We are looking for a total of 5 doctoral students in the subjects Crafts and/or Design. The number of doctoral students in each subject is determined during the recruitment process.

In HDK Gothenburg, the Crafts programmes in the first cycle (undergraduate level) consist of the programmes in ceramic art, jewellery art, and textile art, and in the second cycle (graduate level) of the crafts programme with specialisations in ceramic art, jewellery art, and textile art. See http://hdk.gu.se/en/programmes-courses/applied-art HDK has Sweden’s only third-cycle programme (doctoral education) in the subject of crafts and the research activities are well-supported. This development includes building “complete environments” that include all three education cycles, including doctoral education, as well as research and working for collaboration between these activities.


Design at HDK in Gothenburg consists of a BA-program and three MA-programs: Design, Child Culture Design and Business & Design, see http://www.hdk.gu.se/en/programmes-courses/design. The research education in Design has existed since 2000 and is an important component in building so called “complete environment”, stressing the interaction and cooperation between research, research education, education and society as such.


>> For more information on the doctoral student positions in Crafts and how to apply, read the announcement.

>> For more information on the doctoral student positions in Design and how to apply, read the announcement



Employment:

Crafts

Type of employment: Fixed-term employment, 2021-12-31
Extent: 100 %
Location: Academy of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg
First day of employment: 2018-01-01
Reference number: PAR 2017/798
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Design
Type of employment: Fixed-term employment, 2021-12-31
Extent: 100 %
Location: Academy of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg
First day of employment: 2018-01-01
Reference number: PAR 2017/799


A new appointment as a doctoral student is valid for a maximum of one year. The employment may be renewed for no more than two years at a time. However, the total length of employment may not exceed four years of full-time postgraduate education.

The university applies a local agreement on the salary of doctoral students.


For further information regarding the position:
Ulf Dalnäs, Head of Academy.
(available: 170703 - 170707 and 170815 - 170831)
031-786 4255
ulf.dalnas@hdk.gu.se

Gunilla Hellén, Human Resources Officer.
(available: 170710 - 170804 and 170821 - 170831)
031-786 4885
gunilla.hellen@hdk.gu.se

Emma Grundström, Programme Officer.
(available: 170628 - 170714 and 170814 - 170831)
031-786 3661
emma.grundstrom@hdk.gu.se

Jessica Hemmings, Professor in Crafts. Assistant Head of Academy - Research.
(available: 170628 - 170710 and 170731 - 170831)
jessica.hemmings@hdk.gu.se

Henric Benesch, Deputy Head of Dept. Design.
(available: 170807 - 170831)
0766-181858
henric.benesch@hdk.gu.se
 
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