Stay Abroad Workshop for PhD students

2018.08.08 | Nanna Maria Elgaard Pedersen

flight overview

A PhD degree programme at the Graduate School of Science and Technology includes participating in active research environments, including stays at other, mainly foreign, research institutions.

Going abroad gives you the opportunity to make international contacts and gain new perspectives on your research. Furthermore, it can be a big experience and evolve you on a personal level.

When planning a stay abroad, there are several matters, which are important to be acquainted with in order to get on top of the practicalities.

To help facilitate the planning process,  PHAUST (the PhD Association at Aarhus University, Science and Technology) invites you to this inspirational workshop, which includes guests from GSST, two PhD students and an experienced supervisor. Participants will get tips and tricks on going abroad and there will also be time to ask questions. The workshop is held in English.

When and where
22 August 2018 from 9.00-12.00.
Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2-4, 8000 Aarhus C in Preben Hornungstuen

Registration

It is free to participate in the workshop, but please register here before 20 August 2018, so we can order enough coffee for everybody.

Programme
The workshop is divided into two sessions; we will start with the formalities on going abroad and after a short break, we will continue with experience and advices from two PhD students, who have been on a stay abroad, and an Associate Professor.

Preliminary programme:

9.00-9.15: Welcome by PHAUST

1st session: Formalities
9.15-9.45: GSST representative
9.45-10.15: Funding opportunities

10.15-10.30: Coffee break

2end session: Personal Experiences and Advice
10.30-10.50: PhD student Niels Jakob, Physics.
10.50-11.10: PhD student Mathias, iNANO/Chemistry.
11.10-11.30: Associate Professor and programme chair Marianne Hammershøj, Food Science.

11.30-11.40: Coffee break

11.40-12.00: Q&A


We are looking forward to see you!

PhD students, Talent development
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