Here are some examples of trade unions that take up cases on behalf of doctoral students.
On the web-sites of most unions you will find information, for instance,on salary figures, working conditions and special information for doctoral students
SacoSACO includes many different unions for professions that require graduate qualifications. Läs mer på Saco:s webbsida (new window) »
Here is some examples of SACO-unions:
- Sveriges universitetslärarförbund, the Swedish Association of University Teachers — SULF has a section for doctoral students, Sveriges doktorandförening, which pursues issues that are particularly relevant to doctoral students (new window) »
- Sveriges ingenjörer, Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers (new window) »
- Civilekonomerna, Swedish Association of Graduates in Business Administration and Economics. In Swedish. (new window) »
- Jusek, Swedish Union of University Graduates of Law, Business Administration and Economics, Computer and Systems Science, Personnel Management and Social Science (new window). »
- Naturvetarna, Swedish Association of Scientists (new window) »
- Läkarförbundet, Swedish Medical Association (new window) »
The Universitetsläraren magazine is published by SULF.
To Universitetsläraren's website (new window) »
TCOTCO (the Swedish Confederation for Professional Employees) and Fackförbundet ST (the Union of Civil Servants) have ST-ATF as an active division within HEI.
Read more at the website of TCO (new window) »
Read more at the website of ST - The Union of Civil Servants (new window) »
TCO also publishes a magazine called Studentliv (only in Swedish).
To the website of Studentliv. In Swedish. (new window) »
LärarförbundetLärarförbundet (the Swedish Teachers' Union) has information for all categories of teachers on its website. They also have information that may be of interest to doctoral students. Read more at the website of the Swedish Teachers' union. In Swedish. (new window) »
SAC-SyndikalisternaSAC-Syndikalisterna also organises doctoral students.
Read more at the website of the SAC-Syndikalisterna (new window) »