Job Vacancy: Doctoral position in International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER)

Deadline: 7 September 2020

About Malmö University

Malmö University is an innovative, urban, and international university located in the centre of Malmö.

We have about 1,900 employees and 25,000 students. Our research and our education programmes are shaped by the role of the university in an open society: to contribute to a sustainable and equal society through a scientific approach in collaboration with other societal actors. One of our priorities is to identify and take on the challenges of the future. Our researchers and students want to be at the centre of events and, together with others, create, share and disseminate knowledge in order to understand, explain, and develop societies, both locally and globally.

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