Workshop "How to Fund Your PhD"
von 16:00 bis 20:00
|Wo||Uni-Hauptgebäude, Room 315 (third floor)|
|Name||Dr. Imke Neumann-Fatia|
Workshop: How to Fund Your PhD
Date: Wednesday, 20 February 2019
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Venue: Uni-Hauptgebäude, Room 315 (3rd floor)
Doing a PhD requires funding. The expenses that PhD students encounter while working on their dissertation can be covered in different ways. There are various sources of funding and scholarships, including university funds and foundations. There are also multiple possibilities of working while studying, within or outside academia.
In this workshop, this variety of funding resources and options available for PhD students will be considered in detail: from the application requirements and the timeframe of the application process or the funding period, to the conditions of the funding or finding a job. The participants will have the chance to explain their own living and studying situation, and discuss specific questions concering their individual needs during a personal face-to-face feedback.
Lecturer: Teona Micevska is a PhD candidate at the Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC) at the University of Giessen and the Studentenwerk Giessen, and works as an event manager at Lokal International, a cooperation project between the University of Giessen and the Studentenwerk Giessen. Originally from Macedonia, she moved to Germany in 2013, in order to do her Master studies at the University of Freiburg, funded by a DAAD scholarship.
Registration by Wednesday, 13 February, 12:00 pm via email obligatory:
The following information is required to complete the registration:
- Your name, country of origin, faculty and subject (of your current master degree or doctoral project)
- To receive personal feedback, please hand in any documents concerning your planned funding (applications, exposés or reports, etc..)
Please send all of the above-mentioned documents to:
email@example.com (DEADLINE: 13 February 2019, 12:00 pm)
*Please note that the registration for this workshop is binding!*
This workshop is partly funded by the German Federal Foreign Office within a DAAD prgramme.