Information for employees of the Department of Sociology
Below is a list of resources on the Lund University Staff Pages dealing with the most common employment matters.
- Annual leave, leave of absence and sick leave
- Benefits (e.g. health promotion and reimbursement)
- Flexitime for technical and administrative staff
- Salary appraisals
- Salary-setting appraisal
- Secondary employment
- Staff appraisals
- Working hours for teaching staff
If what you are looking for is not in the list above, please visit the Staff Pages for more information.
Staff forms and templates
Details of the structure of the PhD programme and specific employment information for PhD students at the Department of Sociology can be found in the department's PhD Handbook.
Swedish National Union of Students has compiled a doctoral student handbook (in English) with useful information on all aspects of doctoral studies.
The Social Science Doctoral Student Council (SDR) at Lund University has produced a guide to life as a PhD student at Lund University. The guide is aimed at all new PhD students, but mainly those new to Sweden.