Do you:

– Like to engage and network with other doctoral students and faculty outside of your immediate research circle?

– Like to work with challenging and interesting issues affecting KTH PhD students at large?

– Care for the welfare of your fellow doctoral students?

– Like to influence education policy?

– Have a capacity to speak out for the interests of your fellow doctoral students and the standing of KTH in research and education?

– Like to hone your organizational and leadership skills through an insightful experience of the beneath the tip of the iceberg of academia and unions?

 If you’ve answered any of the above with a Yes, then join us and be part of the chapter and/or member of the council at your own school within these vacancies during 2020-2021!  

For an overview of PhD Chapter Board and Functionary positions, click here.

– Being a member of the student union,
– Workload of at least 5 days a semester. This workload can be time compensated subject to different school-level conventions.
– Actively participating in meetings within the capacity of your representational role.

Curios to learn more?
– PhD student representation is voluntary, but also a part-time job entitled for time compensation according to the policies:e.g. Dnr930-2005-0345 (school level, till 2017), DnrV-2016-0451  (central and national level)
– The PhD Chapter and PhD school councils are guided by the PhD Chapter Statutes and PhD Chapter Bylaws and subject to THS statutes and bylaws.
Guide on representation
PhD Chapter workshop (Updated: Jan 2019)

  • Application for Current Vacancies

  • (Or an alternative email address, if you do not have a KTH address yet)
  • (Select N/A, if it is not applicable)
  • (Write your chapter here if you're not at the PhD chapter, or university/company instead if you're not at KTH)
  • You can learn more about the formal description of the roles in the regulatory documents
  • This workload can be reflected in the ISP section 3.4 (ISP v1 or 2.4 in ISP v2) as a reason for extension. N/A option is for functionary positions that do not contribute to the chapter board or educational efforts connected with them, e.g. auditors, helpers, Pub stewards.