Course work for PhD students can consist of, for example,
The department strongly recommends to complete the course Introduction to Science Teaching as early as possible in your PhD programme. Please note that the course is mandatory for all PhD students accepted after October 1, 2015.
At most, 10 ECTS can be covered by transferable skills courses, unless special agreements are made.
At the Department of Computer Science our master's courses are also targeted at PhD students. See the course catalogue.
Before 1st and 3rd quarters you must sign up for the courses you want to attend the two coming quarters.
Please note that there are two different procedures when signing up for Master’s courses depending on whether the course should be part of the 30 ECTS PhD course programme or the 60 ECTS Master’s programme.
All PhD students who wish to follow a Master’s course as part of their 30 ECTS PhD course programme must send an e-mail to email@example.com, subject “Registration for Master’s Courses”, containing the following information: Name, student number, name of the course, quarter, and STADS UVA code (can be found in the course catalogue kursuskatalog.au.dk).
PhD students who wish to follow a Master’s course as part of their 60 ECTS Master’s programme, must sign up for Master’s courses through the online Self Service facility.
To get course credit (ECTS points) for activities, such as summer schools, journal clubs, or courses from non-Danish universities, send an email to the head of the CS PhD committee Anders Møller containing:
Usually, 1 ECTS corresponds to 25-28 hours of work. After approval, upload the email containing the approval as a PDF to PhD-Planner.