PhD course: Survey methods in migration research

20 May 2022

PRIO invites applications for this course, which will be taught in person in Oslo in September 2022. The application deadline is 10 June.

​This new PhD-level course provides broad training on survey research methods, with an emphasis on applications in migration research. It spans all stages of survey research, from research design to communication of results, reflecting the view that each step is potentially decisive for overall quality and impact.

The course is designed to suit participants with diverse levels of previous knowledge and different needs in their own research. Under each topic, participants will be sensitized to the considerations, dilemmas, and options that will enable them to pursue relevant topics in greater depth on their own. The course draws upon the two lecturers’ research experience over the past two decades.

Teaching will take place in person at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) in Norway. The course is followed by a course on ethnographic fieldwork 12–14 September to enable a foundation for mixed-methods research. Interested participants must apply separately to each course.

The course is taught by Research Professor Jørgen Carling (PRIO) and PRIO Global Fellow Jessica Hagen-Zanker (ODI).

Application deadline: 10 June 2022.

See full announcement and application form.

See presentation video.

Download outline of the course: Survey methods in migration research 2022.pdf

 

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