Specialist courses organized or recognized by the Doctoral School of Arts, Humanities and Law
|3-8 June 2013
||Centre for Medieval Literature (University of Southern Denmark and
University of York) and the H. Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies (Ghent University)
|Summer School Crossing the Languages of Medieval Europe: Historical, Linguistic and Literary Approaches
|9-11 September 2013||Doctoral School of Arts, Humanities and Law / Mnemonics||Graduate Summer School Memory Unbound: Transcultural, Transgenerational, Transmedial, and Transdisciplinary Dynamics of Memory|
|2012-2013||Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies||Medieval Seminar Series IV|
|2012-2013||Institute for Continuing Education in Science (IPVW)||Courses in statistics|
|I.C.M. (Intercollegiate Center for Management Science)||Examination to enter the Doctoral Fellowship Program|
Doctoral Training Programme
- You don't have to submit an 'application for recognition' if you want to include a specialist course organized or recognized by the Doctoral Schools in the minimum set of your doctoral training programme.
- You can also submit other specialist courses for approval (minimum set of the doctoral training programme): complete the application for recognition form and send it to the Doctoral Schools Coordination Unit.
- You can include up to 3 specialist courses organized by your Doctoral School in the maximum set.
- Registration procedure for courses
- Registration for courses not organized by the Doctoral Schools remains with the organizers, unless mentioned otherwise.
Registration fee and funding for courses
- Funding for courses
- Registration for courses organized by the Doctoral Schools and for regular course units as part of your doctoral training programme is free of charge, unless mentioned otherwise.
- In some cases (e.g. courses not organized by the Doctoral Schools) a registration fee does apply. Advance payment of the course registration fee and possibly related costs is always required. Afterwards, the Doctoral School can reimburse (part of) the costs for courses recognized as part of the minimum set of activities.