On 9 May the next Erasmus University YouR (Young Researchers) Career Day will take place. The event will be a combination of presentations, skills workshops and private consultancies. You can also have your LinkedIn profile photo taken and have your CV checked by a career advisor.
We welcome you to the graduate school on our lively, spacious campus close to the cosmopolitan city of Rotterdam and our institute located in The Hague. You will be amongst 500 PhD candidates at Europe’s foremost university doing research in one of the 10 research fields.
We offer doctoral education and more than 40 courses and master classes to nurture research excellence. The diverse international backgrounds of our candidates enhance a vibrant academic community and will make you feel connected.
The EGSH is a joint venture of:
During Share your knowledge (18-22 March 2019) EUR employees have the opportunity to attend workshops by their colleagues. The University Library offers a workshop on altmetrics in general and Altmetric Explorer in particular.
The Graduate School Awards for PhD Excellence are yearly awarded to further stimulate and reward PhD research. This year the Graduate School received 80 submissions from its seven participating faculties and institutes.
In addition to the winning poster, paper, article and thesis categories, this year four more categories were introduced: PhD-Colleague of the Year, Supervisor of the Year, Graduate School Teacher of the Year and Best Impact.
The evening was hosted by prof. dr. Liesbet van Zoonen and started with a presentation on E-learnings by dr. Fadi Hirzalla & dr. Joran Jongerling. The awards were presented by Marjolein Kooistra, Luis Artavia-Mora Msc., prof. dr. Inge Hutter, and drs. Jan Nagtzaam.
To further stimulate and reward PhD research, the Graduate Schools invites its PhD candidates and recent graduates to submit their work and nominate their colleagues for the "Graduate School Awards for PhD Excellence". The deadline for submission is December 21 (Friday) 2018.
The PhD Council of EGSH is a platform by and for PhDs that are part of the Graduate School. The Council was founded on the premise that the opinions, questions, issues, and thoughts of each of its members merit being heard and discussed. To this end each participating department in the Graduate School has a seat in the Council by means of one representative.