The University Doctoral School centrally provides education of doctoral students through a series of lectures and seminars, where examples of good practice in terms of ethics of scientific work, text production, citations, academic writing, etc. are presented to students of doctoral study programmes.
The University Doctoral School aims to increase the knowledge and skills of doctoral students and to improve the quality of final doctoral theses.
Questions about the doctoral school should be sent to email@example.com.
1. Three day seminars
Three days seminars are held twice a year off the TUL campus, usually in April and November. They are primarily intended for first-year PhD students, but upper-year students may also attend. A student can attend an off-site seminar only once.
The seminars focus on ethical issues in scientific work, practical skills in writing scientific documents and publications, research, the publication process and the issue of choosing the appropriate journal according to the focus of the work.
Next date: 8 – 10 November 2023
2. Academic writing courses
Academic writing is a style used in universities, colleges and professional publications. It is used in writing academic texts, publications, articles, books and dissertations.
The Academic Writing course will guide you through the entire writing process, introducing you to the principles in terms of content, structure and style of a professional text, including practical practice.
The course is taught in English in three consecutive blocks.
The next dates: 20.11.2023; 27.11.2023; 4.12.2023