European Professional Development Doctoral Summer School

Hosted by the WWU Graduate Centre July 17 - 20, 2018 this European Research Summer School for Doctoral Students will provide an opportunity for exceptional research students at the University of Münster, Germany, the University of York, UK and the Maastricht University, Netherlands to come together to develop their professional skills, share and exchange ideas and network. This free-of-charge summer school will be run by the WWU Graduate Centre and the Research Excellence Training Team at York.

Summer school programme & further details: click here

Participants will be asked to write a report on their experience for the IP@WWU website.
We are indebted to our International Office for supporting us financially with its Internationalisation Fund!

IP@WWU - International PhD Study at the WWU

is a project promoted by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). Main goal is to advance internationalisation of the WWU at the level of PhD study.

Our departments and faculties have been internationalising their PhD programmes through research stays abroad or international conferences in Germany.  This is exactly the IP@WWU's objective: with help from its new project, WWU Graduate Centre will be able to support WWU's enrolled PhD students and its PhD applicants through various means, including stipends.

We offer two types of funding twice a year: Research Stipend for PhD Students and Get-To-Know Stipend for PhD Applicants.

Flyer IP@WWU

Film IP@WWU

The WWU Graduate Centre is there for you!

As the first point of contact for (inter)national doctoral students, the Graduate Centre supports individual "young careers" through various internationalisation and qualification programmes, networking offers and stipends. The diversity of life paths, namely careers in management, academia or journalism, should all be taken into consideration and promoted. The new IP@WWU project thus fits perfectly into the Graduate Centre's efforts.