Are you interested in developing and doing research at the Department of Special Needs Education? One position as a research fellow within one of the prioritized research areas at the Department of Special Needs Education is available: Learning, mastery and quality of life for children at risk The project description should describe the specific problems to be studied, the choice of scientific theory and method, ethical challenges and how it is linked to the overall project. The project description shall also include a time schedule for the study. Applicants are advised to contact the Head of the research group associate professor Liv Lassen prior to sending their application. If the costs of the research project exceed those normally covered by the fellowship, the applicant must specify the costs of the project.
-A master degree or equivalent in Special Needs Education or a related master degree in social sciences or humanistic orientation. It is required good skills in scientific methodolgy. Applicants must document the requirements for admission to the PhD program. -International cooperation and publication is central to the project so it is therefore important that the candidate manage english academic language. -In assessing the applications, special emphasis will be placed on the quality of the project description and on the assumed academic and personal ability on the part of the candidates to complete the dissertation within the given time frame. -The ability to co-operate and participate in scientific collaboration across disciplines is also of high significance