A key part of your application is a good Research Proposal (Exposé) - it is the basis for a successful doctorate. What belongs in a good research proposal? Which structure should be followed? What is the state of the art? How do you formulate central research questions? How do you describe detailed methodology for conducting the research and give a statement on anticipated outcomes and/or benefits? And how do you outline a realistic time and project plan? All these questions are answered in the online seminar "How to preapare a Research Proposal". This module, a classic at the Graduate Institute of the H-BRS, should be attended primarily by those who are thinking of applying for a this year's scholarship but is also helpful for any kind of application.
We will send you the link with access data by e-mail shortly before the seminar.