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Accompanying curriculum

The compilation of the achievements serves as a guideline for the selection of suitable courses by the doctoral candidate in consultation with the mentorship. The evaluation of the activities with credit points is to be carried out individually for each event or each doctoral student, taking into account the required effort.

Minimum CP to purchase: 30

Achievement

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Minimum credit points to be acquired

Maximal zu erwerbende Leistungspunkte

Presentation of your own research in a research colloquium of the doctoral program

2 CP
per presentation

4

6

Attendance of block seminars

2 CP
per event

6

6

Active participation in colloquia of the doctoral program

1 CP
per semester

2

6

Active participation in advanced seminars

3 CP
per semester

6

6

Preparation of a research plan, annual work reports

1 CP
per report

4

6

Participation in and attendance of summer schools

4 CP
per summer school

4

8

Active participation in an anti-discrimination workshop

2 CP

2

2

Participation in the lecture series of the doctoral program

1 CP
per semester

1

6

In order to acquire a total of 30 credit points, one or more of the following achievements can be completed:

Presentations at (international) conferences

4 CP
per presentation

0

8

Stay abroad of more than one month

5 CP
per month

0

10

Conduct of own seminars

4 CP
per seminar/
semester
(2 CP for TeamTeaching)

0

8

Organization of conferences or other events

4 CP
per event/
conference

0

8

Training courses i.a. in the field of university teaching

1 CP
per course

0

2

Participation in workshops of the doctoral program

2 CP
per workshop

0

6

Presentation at an external doctoral symposium or workshop

2 CP
per presentation

0

4

Writing submitted manuscripts

4 CP
per manuscript

0

12


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