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Doctoral programmes

The Doctoral programmes at the Institute of Educational Sciences are coordinated through the organisational framework of the Doctoral School of Educational Science. Further details can be found in the founding declaration for the Doctoral School of Educational Science (PDF download).

The doctoral programme itself follows the curriculum which was approved by the Senate of the University of Graz on 29.6.2011 for the interdisciplinary Doctoral programme at the URBI Faculty for the Doctoral  programme of Humanities at the URBI Faculty.


Coordinator:           Univ.-Prof.in Dr.in Annette Sprung
Second Coordinator: Univ.-Prof.in Dr.in  Agnieszka Czejkowska

 

Further Information:

Further information as well as the overall plan can be found in the Doctoral programme brochure.

Guidelines for the cumulative dissertation within the interdisciplinary Doctoral programme at the URBI Faculty – Doctoral School of Educational Sciences

Changed requirements for the acceptance to the humanities and interdisciplinary doctoral programme for Educational Sciences at the Environmental, Regional and Educational Sciences Faculty with the subject focus Adult and Continuing Education or Inclusive Education or Social Pedagogy, as well as Pedagogy (new) for Teaching Degrees were confirmed on 28.6.2021 by the Doctoral Curriculum Group URBI.

Information on the recognition of substitute performances of LVs through scientific performances can be found here.

The administration of the Doctoral programme is managed by the URBI Deanship.

 

Contact

Institute Management
Merangasse 70/II, 8010 Graz
Amtsdirektorin Sabine Habersack MSc Phone:+43 (0)316 380 - 2535
Fax:+43 (0)316 380 - 9710

Tuesday, Thursday 10.00 - 12.00
Wednesday 14.00 - 16.00
Wednesday during the lecture-free period: 13.00 - 15.00 hrs
Consultation hours and advice by appointment

Competition "Three Minute Thesis" at the University of Graz: Andreas Schober of the Institute for Educational Science took part in the international 3MT competition. (Look at Youtube)

During his 2 minutes and 42 seconds presentation Schober tried to outline his research and to make it accessible to the audience. Using a clear structure he was able to transmit the complex idea in a rather short amount of time.

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