The Doctoral Programme in Wildlife Biology (Finnish acronym LUOVA) trains doctoral candidates in the fields of ecology, evolutionary biology, conservation, and management of natural populations and communities, as well as in taxonomy and systematics, and in computational biology.
- An community of 80 doctoral candidates
- Founded in 1995
- An international community of more than 80 supervisors
- Admissions for study rights: twice a year – 8 new doctoral students admitted each year
- University-funded doctoral candidate positions: call for applications once a year
Check out the wide range of topics covered by our graduates by browsing the University's open digital archive.