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GCSC Curriculum

At each stage of your research project, the GCSC offers a number of courses to support you. Below you will find an overview of all mandatory courses and their recommended order during the time of your PhD education.
1. Semester
2. Semester
3. Semester
4. Semester
5. Semester
6. Semester

Core Course

set focus of project, identify methological and theoretical framework

Career Service Workshops
at least one workshop/gain key professional skills, preparefor relevant fields of employment

further courses optional

Teaching Centre Workshops
at least one workshop/gain (HE) teaching skills and
competence in knowledge transfer

further courses optional

Intermediate Course

deal with compositional issues; discuss specific questions concerning the dissertation

Interdisciplinary Colloquium
every semester/continuous feedback on dissertation progress

GCSC research workshops/Master Classes
at least one per semester/work on specific topics, exchange ideas with renowned scholars

International conferences & summer schools
at least one per semester/work on specific topics, exchange ideas with renowned scholars

Preparation and organisation of one workshop, Master Class or conference
at least one/gain expertise in project management & individual academic networking

GCSC skills courses
optional/acquisition & deepening of academic skills, writing techniques etc.

final stage
priority on writing-up

Preparatory course
for defense

Core Course (1st semester)

To ensure that they provide the optimum accompaniment to your PhD work, the core courses are subdivided into two modules.

The basic module will provide practical help with all organisational and structural problems pertaining to your postgraduate studies. The subject-related module which builds on this basic module will cover methodology, theory and key skills relevant to the respective disciplines (faculties 03, 04 and 05), and there is the possibility to discuss problematic sections of your own dissertation. The aim is to teach the fundamentals of the philosophy of science, project planning, and designing research projects, as well as to help you, in planning your dissertation project, to recognise potential problems early and solve them.

Intermediate Course (3rd semester)

The intermediate course builds upon the contents of the introductory course and should help to obtain a consistency in the doctorate students' tutelage. In contrast to the introductory course, which is offered every winter semester and covers the generalities of the PhD programme, the intermediate course is devoted to the specificities of each doctorate students' dissertation. This course will not only cover techniques for writing different pieces of text such as introductions, conclusions and body, but also specific sections of the course participants' dissertations.

 

Further information about the curriculum can be found here.