The ICS has just closed its application round for 2019.
How positive and negative peer relations affect school well-being, academic achievement, and problem behaviors in secondary education
Subgroups in dynamic social networks
The impact of teacher-student interactions on children’s sense of belonging and the acceptance of diversity
Parent-child relationships in diverse postdivorce families and outcomes for children and parents
Family relationships in diverse postdivorce families and outcomes for children and parents
Long-term employment consequences of informal caregiving: a life-course perspective
ICT-competency and social inequality in student performance. What roles do family-, school- and country-level factors play?
The interplay between ethnic and educational network segregation and opinion polarization
How organizations shape ethnic discrimination in the labour market: studying organizations
How organizations shape ethnic discrimination in the labour market: studying employers
Within-family inequality and sibling relationships
Social networks and educational inequality in the transition from primary to secondary education
The next round of applications will be in spring 2020.
Read more about the ICS PhD program.