Doctoral Studies

DOCTORAL SPECIALIZATIONS

Scientific institutions of the Karelian Research Centre provide full-time and part-time doctoral training in the following specializations:

Institute of Biology, Karelian Research Centre of RAS:
03.01.04 “Biochemistry”
03.01.05 “Plant Physiology and Biochemistry”
03.02.04 “Zoology”
03.02.06 “Ichthyology”
03.02.08 “Ecology” (biological sciences)
03.03.01 “Physiology”

Institute of Geology, Karelian Research Centre of RAS:
25.00.01 “General and Regional Geology”
25.00.04 “Petrology, Volcanology”
25.00.10 “Geophysics, Geophysical Methods for Mineral Exploration”
25.00.11 “Geology, Solid Mineral Exploration and Prospecting, Mineralogy”

Northern Water Problems Institute, Karelian Research Centre of RAS:
03.02.08 “Ecology” (biological sciences)
03.02.10 “Hydrobiology”
25.00.27 “Inland Hydrology, Water Resources, Hydrochemistry”
25.00.36 “Hydroecology” (geographical sciences)

Forest Research Institute, Karelian Research Centre of RAS:
03.01.05 “Plant Physiology and Biochemistry”
03.02.01 “Botany”
03.02.13 “Soil Science”
06.03.01 “Forest crops, Selection, Seed Culture”
06.03.02 “Silvics, Silviculture, Forest Management and Surveying”

Institute of Applied Mathematical Research, Karelian Research Centre of RAS:
01.01.05 “Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics”
01.01.09 “Discrete Mathematics and Mathematical Cybernetics”
05.13.18 “Mathematical Modeling, Calculus, and Software Systems”

Institute of Economic Studies, Karelian Research Centre of RAS:
08.00.05 “Economics and Management of the National Economy”

Institute of Language, Literature and History, Karelian Research Centre of RAS:
07.00.02 “Domestic History”
07.00.06 “Archaeology”
07.00.07 “Ethnography, Ethnology, and Anthropology”
10.01.02 “National Literatures of the Russian Federation” (Finno-Ugric)
10.01.03 “Foreign National Literatures (Finnish)”
10.01.09 “Folklore Studies”
10.02.02 “National Languages of the Russian Federation (Finno-Ugric and Samoyedic languages)”
10.02.22 “Foreign National Languages of Europe, Asia, Africa, Native Languages of the Americas and Australia (Finno-Ugric and Samoyedic languages)”

Last modified: June 8, 2015