During the application process for admission to UniOGS, students were required to provide an outline of their research plan. After admission, and during the first study year of their doctoral training, each student must write a more detailed research plan, as part of their Doctoral Training Plan and present it in the first follow-up group meeting. In addition, the student will present her research at least once for wider audience in a research seminar organised by a major subject, or doctoral programme or equivalent.
In other words, during their first year, and in close collaboration with their Principal Supervisor (and other supervisors, if applicable), all doctoral students must write a personal Doctoral Training Plan including:
- a research plan (incl. a funding plan),
- a personal study plan (OodiPSP Quick guide) and
- a career plan.
After the first follow-up meeting, the student’s follow-up group recommends the approval of the Doctoral Training Plan to the relevant Doctoral Training Committee, which then formally accepts the plan. Accepted Doctoral Training Plan is required past of the mandatory study requiremens and is worth 3 ECTS.
Instructions for Doctoral Training Plan and the follow-up group meetings can be found from forms library.
Last updated: 15/3/2017