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Humboldt Graduate School

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  1. Humboldt Graduate School What are our tasks? What do we offer to doctoral students?

  2. Humboldt Graduate School …. was founded as an umbrella organization for doctoral programs at Humboldt University in 2006 … is membership-oriented and provides quality assurance for its 21 member programs … also offers a wide range of services and general support to all doctoral students at HU

  3. Currently 21 member programs belong to HGS

  4. What we offer to all doctoral students: Transferable skills trainings Peer mentoring Conflict consultation

  5. Why „training in transferable skills“? to improve your performance as early-stage researchers to enable you to complete your research projects as soon as possible to improve your employability as graduates with a doctoral degree to develop a doctoral students network

  6. The workshops are … • offered to beginners or to advanced doctoral candidates • tailored to doctoral candidates from the natural & life sciences or for doctoral candidates from the humanities & social sciences (some are open to all disciplines) • mainly held in English

  7. Quality Assurance High-leveltrainingcourses in smallgroups Customized to fit typical situations which occur during doctoral research Highly-qualified trainers who have typically workedin the academic field themselves Evaluation by participants through feedback questionnaires

  8. The conceptoftraining transferable skillsat HGS consistsoffourmajorsections: Science Skills Management Skills Career Skills Coaching

  9. Science Skills Scientific PresentationPoster PresentationScientific Writing Publishing Research ArticlesGrant Application WritingExposé – SchreibwerkstattWriting Review ArticlesAcademic Writing for PhD Candidates of MathematicsPreparing for the Disputation Teaching Skills for Junior Scientists , 2 parts Good Scientific PracticeLiterature Research in the Web (ELFI)Rechtliche Rahmenbedingungen

  10. Management Skills Project and Time Management for ScientistsVeranstaltungsmanagement für PromovierendeCommunication in Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Teams Media Training for Researchers

  11. Career Skills Job Application Practice CareerPlanningforDoctoralCandidates

  12. Coaching Selbstmanagement für Promovierende Improveyour Time-Management duringtheDoctorate Improved Reading Personality-Based Academic Communication - w

  13. See our website/course booking system for our continuously updated training program and for registration:

  14. Peer Mentoring Target Group: doctoral candidates who have completed 1 to 1.5 years of doctoral studies with undecided career plans Crucial Question: Which path do I want to take after the completion of my dissertation? Essential Components: Career Planning Workshop, Collegial Case Discussion, candidate-organized career talks

  15. Peer Mentoring Procedure Information, Reflection, Diskussion, Career talks planning Duration: approx. 7 month Career Planning Workshop (July or January) Collegial Case Discussion (3 x 3-hour sessions) Career day: professionals talking about their entrance into their particular occupational field (January or July) Career day – Open to all members of HU

  16. Stress with your supervisor? Conflict consultation HGS offers a weeklyconsultationwithexperts on mediation. The goalisto… restore a productiveworkingatmosphere facilitateyourcommunicationwiththesupervisor resolvemisunderstandings helptoavoid grave conflicts Please register with HGS for an appointment.

  17. For further information: Dr. Regina von Schmeling 030-2093-1702 Aleksandra Skoric 030-2093-1705