On the left you find a list of all our courses in alphabetical order. Click on the course of your choice to enrol.
Other ways to access our programme:
- Use the categorised list below
- Download the PhD course guide brochure
You can look into our offer of courses and workshops in the academic year 2021-2022 in the following ways:
- On the left you find a list of all our courses in alphabetical order.
- Below you can find the courses already somewhat categorised based on what they are primarily about.
- You can download our PhD course guide brochure for 2021-2022 here.
Please note that, on the course pages, you will be able to fill out a notifcation form if a course is already full or if you missed an enrolment deadline. We will then notify you if you can take the place of someone who cancelled his or her attendance or when the course will be offered again another time.
Qualitative data collection and/or analysis:
- Discourse analysis
- Participatory Action Research
- Qualitative coding with ATLAS.ti
- Qualitative Data Analysis with Grounded Theory
- Qualitative interview techniques
- The focus group method
Quantitative methods / big data:
- Brush up your SPSS skills
- Data analysis with R
- Digital research methods for textual data
- Geographical Information Systems
- Large-scale register data for quantitative social research
- MATLAB data skills & tools for the social sciences
- Survey design
Mixing / regarding both qualitative and quantitative methods:
- Brush up your research design
- Mixed method research: How to combine diverse quantitative and qualitative methods
- Qualitative comparative analysis (QCA)
Analysis of literature:
- Doing the (systematic) literature review
- Searching and managing your literature
- Visual exploration of scientific literature with VOSviewer
Organizing your work:
- How to finish your PhD in time
- Making your research proposal work for you
- Open Science Framework: a hands-on tutorial
- Responsible research data management (RDM)
- Security for fieldworkers
- Shut up and write!
- Communicating your research: lessons from Bitescience
- Making your research count: impact in times of information overload
- Maximise your visibility as a researcher
- Making an academic poster that stands out
- Self-presentation: focus, structure, interaction and visualisation