The ArchaeoBioCenter has a structured doctoral program which makes it possible for candidates to obtain their doctorate within a set time of three years. Applicants for the structured doctoral program should be under 30 years of age.
Applicants over 30 years of age and those that are not able to or do not want to adhere to the required three-year time limit of the structured program, can obtain a doctorate from the ArchaeoBioCenter in the traditional manner and also benefit from the advantages of the structured program.
The doctoral program of the ArchaeoBioCenter is distinguished by its combination of disciplines from inside and outside the university. On the basis of the joint doctoral program, the existing relationships between the participating disciplines of the ArchaeoBioCenter can be intensified and extended to the benefit of all. Intensive supervision, the training of interdisciplinary scholarship and the acquisition of key skills enable graduates to successfully enter national and international fields of science.