The main objective of this Doctoral School is to train researchers in the Educational Sciences. Our curriculum focuses on formal education, learning, and instruction in the paradigms of empirically-based social sciences. Students are prepared for engaging in a wide spectrum of research activities using a plethora of research methods and for studying the educational, psychological, social and economic contexts of schooling and learning.
Graduates often pursue careers in higher education, research institutes, government agencies, non-governmental organisations, regional and local educational administration, and companies in the field of education. Research areas include Learning and Instruction; Educational Assessment; Information and Communication Technologies in Education; Social and Emotional Education; Health Education; Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology in Education.
|English||B2/intermediate or equivalent international language exam|
|Motivation letter||A motivation letter must be added to your application.|
|List of academic publications (if you have such publications)||Academic Records in English or certified translation.|
|Graduate Degree (master's)||The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.|