When: 3rd – 6th of September, 2014
Where: Budapest, Hungary
Application deadline: 15th of June, 2014
The National University of Public Service (NUPS) from Budapest and international Partners organize the Doctoral Summer University in Budapest, Hungary. The Summer University is one of the most innovative and pioneering scientific project. For four days international experts reverse roles with doctoral candidates. PhD candidates from all over Europe, especially from Visegrad countries, present their doctoral presentations and the international experts review and develop them and give candidates professional feedback.
Our international Partners: Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, Poland – Prof. Waldemar Paruch, Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic – Prof. Jan Holzer, Postgraduate International Network, Hungary – Dr Greta Czene.
The research areas covered are: civil society, democratization, human rights, regional cooperation, economic and social transformation, e-learning, public health, e-health.
When: 11th of June, 2014, 14:00 – 16:00
Where: Hiet, Adm., UiT
This is a meeting for new PhD Candidates at the University of Tromsø. New PhD candidates should receive a separate invitation; however, sometimes there is a delay in the system. If you are a new PhD candidate and you have not received an invitation, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Regjeringen vil gjøre det lettere for unge talenter å komme inn i faste undervisnings- og forskerstillinger.
Regjeringen fremmer derfor lovforslag om at unge talenter etter endt åremålsperiode vil ha krav på fast ansettelse, dersom vedkommende har oppfylt kravene som ble stilt ved ansettelsen.
Regjeringen innfører en prøveordning med 300 stillinger totalt i universitets- og høyskolesektoren, innenfor alle fagområder. Utdanningsinstitusjonene kan søke om å få benytte ordningen.
When: July 14th, 2014
Where: At the EuroScience Open Forum, Dublin, Ireland
The goal of EuroScience is the promotion of European sciences and cultures by means of granting awards and funding workshops as well as to raise funds for international scientific cooperation, especially for the benefit of EuroScience.
EuroScience has presently 2.600 members in 40 European countries. The General Assembly shall be the sovereign body of the association; it shall consist of all members with the right to vote. Honorary members serve in an advisory capacity. It approves the association’s accounts and sets strategic guidelines for the two following years.
The General Assembly meets physically every other year (at ESOF). The virtual General Assembly is potentially permanent. The General Assembly elects 16 members of the Governing Board.
For more information about the general assembly and ESOF please follow the links.
When: 19th – 20th of June, 2014
Where: Liverpool, UK
Doctoral education is becoming a global endeavour. Universities and their research activities are becoming increasingly intertwined across continents, the number of doctoral graduates has risen drastically over the last decade, and global mobility has reached the point where some universities, or whole national systems, have close to half of their doctoral candidates coming from abroad. Investments in research are rising and so is the competition for resources, not least for talented doctoral candidates. Meanwhile, universities and researchers are looking for partners all over the world to strengthen their research and to gain access to resources such as funding, talent and infrastructures.
The conference will examine global trends in doctoral education, the local implications of these trends and the ways in which universities operate in an increasingly international environment. It will combine plenary sessions and parallel working groups consisting of paper presentations to allow broad sharing of practice and ideas. There will also be open spaces for debates and exchange and the possibility to make concrete proposals to contribute to the future activities of EUA-CDE.