Doctoral education in Speech and Language Pathology

Doctoral education conclude with the award of a licentiate degree or a doctoral degree in medical science. Qualifications to be accepted as a doctoral student at KI is a degree at advanced level year one, for example a degree in Speech and Language Pathology.

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The PhD is awarded on the submission of a thesis, subject to its passing a public defence. A licentiate degree is defended at a licentiate seminar. In addition doctoral courses, (some compulsory,) are required.

From 1st of January 2016 the Doctoral programme HÖST (Hörsel Öron Språk Tal) /Hearing Otolaryngology Language Speech is merged with the Department of Neurosicence.

Theses in Speech and Language Pathology

Previous Doctoral theses in Speech and Language Pathology at KI, are listed here.

Doctoral students at the Division

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Erika Bergström Börlin

Assessment and intervention of severe voice disorders
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Sara Burge

Specialist preschool as an intervention model – inventorying the effects and accessibility for children with severe developmental language disorders
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Hanna Steurer

Phd Student
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