Geometric Data Analysis in Educational Research

Third-cycle level | 7.5 credits | Course code: QRM2300

Course description

The course runs part-time and uses a blended learning format, combining a few campus days with the major part of the course online.

Requirements and Selection

Entry requirements

For admission to the course, the applicant has to be registered as a doctoral student in the third cycle or have a doctoral degree. The applicant should also have documented prior knowledge corresponding to the learning goals in the QRM course Basic statistics for educational research, 7.5 credits, and Introduction to quantitative methods in educational research, 7,5 credits or similar.


This is a third-cycle course within the school of Quantitative Research Methods in Education (QRM). Both doctoral students and university lecturers with a PhD are welcome.

The number of participants is limited to 15. Priority will be given to doctoral students with an educational sciences focus, secondly supervisors for doctoral students with a focus on educational science research and thirdly doctoral students and researchers from other fields with an interest in quantitative designs and analyses. The course is open to Swedish and international participants.

Educational partnership

Collaborating departments

Department of Education and Special Education, University of Gothenburg in collaboration with Department of Education, Uppsala University.

Other information

You need to confirm in your motivation that you fulfil the course requirements.  

If you are applying as a post-doc, you still need to use the application form as if you were a doctoral student. Please state in your motivation if you are a post-doc.

Link to website

Course syllabus



Department of Education and Special Education


Educational Science

Type of course

Method course

Research School/Graduate School

QRM - Quantitative Research Methods in Education


kvantitativa forskningsmetoder, pedagogik, utbildningsvetenskap, Quantitative Research Method, Educational research, Education

CONTACTMonica Rosén