A successful doctorate
Our offers for doctoral researchers and those interested in obtaining a doctorate
Our multi-day academies, workshops, and career events offer you valuable approaches to successfully manage your doctorate, advance your competencies, and gain orientation towards the next steps in your career.
Get your first orientation in this multi-day training academy before or during the starting phase of your doctorate. Is a doctorate the right thing for me? How do I get started and how do I design my "project doctorate"? You will find initial help in short workshops.
Next date: 24–26 March 2020
Even in the peak phase of your doctorate: take your time for workshops and discussions in a compact format. How do I publish in a visible way? How can I be convincing in my disputation? How do I deal with the multiple challenges of research and teaching?
Next date: Fall 2020
Where do we go from here after the doctorate? Ask your questions about your career and discuss with representatives from the private sector, industry, public service, foundations, and non-profit organizations in a casual atmosphere during this annual exchange.
Next date: November 2020
Benefit from the close exchange with experienced professors, from a customized seminar program and from networking with other female doctoral researchers during this two-year program. You will broaden your understanding of the academic world and your ability to act accordingly. A tailored and subject-specific program for female doctoral researchers in the humanities and social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering starts every two years.
Start of the next program: Fall 2020
Take advantage of the wide range of workshops offered by your local graduate institutions to support your career and skill development throughout your doctorate:
The local graduate institution at your university
The individual graduate institutions of the three UA Ruhr universities offer a versatile workshop and event program for their early career researchers on-site beyond the joint offers on RAR level.
They are also your central point of contact for advice on individual career planning and advancement: