Work environment

It is important to know that the person who is responsible for your study work environment as a doctoral student is the Head of Department to which you belong.

You can read more about the university's work concerning the work environment via Work environment

It is good to know that there is also a local safety representative at each Faculty with whom you can raise issues such as the study and work environment. In addition to the safety representative, there is a student safety representative.


As a doctoral student, you can also turn to both the occupational health service, Falck, and the university's Student Health Care if you feel that your study or work environment affects your well-being.

The university works strategically for increased diversity, gender equality, and accessibility. The concept of equal conditions includes all parts of accessibility, diversity, and gender equality work and aims to ensure that all individuals, applicants, students and employees, have equal conditions and equal opportunities regardless of gender, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, religion, or other beliefs or possible disabilities.

You can read more about equal conditions work and the routines that have been established for suspected discrimination, harassment, and abusive discrimination on the webpage.