BUP CAPABLE PhD Training 2024 Ukrainian Application

Available 2024-03-21 – 2024-05-07
Contact person Evan Goss, employed at The Baltic University Programme

Ukrainian Application for the BUP CAPABLE PhD Training 2024

This is the application form for the BUP CAPABLE PhD Training 2024. This application is ONLY for Ukrainian students residing in Ukraine. Other students should apply in the equivalent application form.

The CAPABLE PhD Training that will take place over the course of the winter and spring terms starting in September 2024 and concluding in March 2025. The Training is organised by;

-The Baltic University Programme's (BUP) Coordinating Secretariat at Uppsala University
-Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (IFNUL)
-V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (KKNU)
-WSB Merito University in Poznan
-Lodz University of Technology

Please note this application must be completed in English. Applications in other languages will not be processed. All documents uploaded must be in PDF form.

The deadline to apply is May 5.

General Information

First Name - Required
Last Name - Required
Email - Required
How do you describe your gender? - Required
Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY) - Required
Country of Residence - Required


Which BUP participating university are you currently studying at? - Required
If none of the above universities are applicable, what is your affiliation?
Which year of your PhD studies are you currently at? - Required
1 2 3 4 4+
What is the name of your department? - Required

Practical Information

Phone number including country code - Required
Which of the following apps can be used to contact you? - Required

English Skills

The CAPABLE PhD Training will be held in English, it is therefore important that applicants have English language proficiency in both spoken and written English.

On what level would you grade your skills in English? - Required
Basic Good Excellent Fluent
You are welcome to upload an example essay or other piece of work in English here.
If you have taken English language tests (TOEFL, IELTS), or you have other demonstrable proof of English capabilities, you are welcome to upload them here.

PhD Information

Motivate why you would like to attend the PhD Training. Consider your studies, background, thesis and potential future implications (100-250 words). - Required
CV - Required
An abstract of your thesis. If you do not have an abstract, then please upload an equivalent document containing information about topic, research questions, methodology and purpose. One page maximum. - Required
Written and signed recommendation by your supervisor - Required
Please briefly describe your thesis timeline. I.e. what you have done, what is still to do. - Required
The BUP, as an organisation, places great emphasis on sustainability science. Please relate how your thesis is within sustainability science. - Required
The BUP works with the Baltic Sea Region. Please relate how your work is related to the region. This can be directly or more widely. If your thesis does not focus on the Baltic Sea Region, however, you believe that it is of relevance, then please motivate why. - Required
The PhD Training organisers are most interested in and keen to focus on issues of relevance to you. If there are any specific points you would like to see a focus on at the training, then please do detail them here.


We are looking for new ways to reach students in the Baltic Sea region, therefore we are curious to know where you heard about our Master thesis training. Where did you first hear about the Master Thesis Training? - Required

BUP news on email

You can recieve the latest updates and news directly to your email. We make approximately 1 send out fortnightly, always from our the same address; info@balticuniv.uu.se

Would you like to sign up for BUP news on your email? - Required


By submitting this form, you consent to that the BUP store the personal data provided in this online form (mail address, name, phone number, date of birth, gender, motivation, CV, abstract, recommendation) in order to promote and send out information regarding this and next year's PhD Training until the end of next year’s PhD Training after which it will be erased. Data will not be shared with any third party unless required by law and after assessment in accordance with the Swedish Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act (Offentlighets- och sekretesslagen 2009:400). You have the right to ask for a clarification regarding which of your personal data Uppsala University is processing, for your personal data to be rectified if they are inaccurate. You can ask us to remove your personal data at any time and you have the right to request the restriction of our processing of your personal data. In order to do this, please write to Adam Söderberg, our contact person regarding personal data, via info@balticuniv.uu.se

If you have any general questions about data protection at Uppsala University, you are always welcome to contact Uppsala University’s Data Protection Officer via dataskyddsombud@uu.se.

Here you can read the Uppsala University’s data protection policy: https://www.uu.se/en/about-uu/data-protection-policy/

If you believe that Uppsala University’s processing of personal data is in violation with GDPR you can file a report to the Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection (IMY): https://www.imy.se/en/about-us/contact-us/