Frequently asked questions

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Frequently asked questions

There are different possibilities to become a PhD researcher at EGSL. For more information see this page.

EGSL is happy to host visiting PhD researchers for a period of time. For more information, see this page.

In a flowchart, which can be found on MyEUR, the recruitment for different PhD types is shown.

More information about (registration in) Hora Finita can be found here.

  • General information can be found here.
  • More detailed information, e.g. the course guide, course schedule etc. can be found on MyEUR.
  • Information about the EGSL Digital educational programme can be found here.

More information about the monitoring meetings can be found here.

In general, our PhD researchers’ teaching tasks are limited to supervising a few master’s theses and providing some guest lectures. However, gaining teaching experience can also be very useful. PhD candidates with a hospitality agreement are not allowed to teach (by law).

More information can be found here.

  1. What is the amount and what are the regulations for the material budget
  2. To follow external courses
  3. To visit an (international congress) or have a research stay abroad
  4. Costs for language editing
  5. Printing costs thesis

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