Continuing education & further qualification for junior scholars

This page provides information on workshops and trainings for doctoral candidates and postdocs. The courses and events listed here are just some of the continuing education offers provided by a range of organizational units at TU Berlin. It is not possible to register via CJS' Office for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Service. Please register directly with the organizer of the event.

Not all courses are open to all doctoral candidates at TU Berlin. Please check carefully to see which are available for you.

The broadest variety of workshops and courses is offered by the Center for Scientific Continuing Education and Cooperation. You will find up to a hundred courses per year, which are free for all scientific employees and registered doctoral candidates of TU Berlin, and possibly all doctoral candidates of the Berlin University Alliance.

The courses offered by the Staff Development and Continuing Education branch of the human ressources department are open to all employees of TU Berlin. START is a program for the next generation of management offering intensive seminars for postdocs and for those commencing a new managerial career in the areas of science and administration.

The Centre for Entrepreneurship has a number of individual offers for doctoral candidates who are interested in marketing a product or setting up their own business.

As a doctoral candidate at TU Berlin you can also, as part of an initiative of the Berlin University Alliance, take advantage of courses offered by the Dahlem Research School (at Freie Universität) and the Humboldt Graduate School (Humboldt Universität) – please follow the links provided and contact the relevant institute about participating in a program:

 

Berlin Graduate Studies Program

The Berlin University Alliance has set itself the goal of improving the conditions for all doctoral students of the four alliance partners. The Excellence Alliance offers all doctoral students of the four partner institutions a comprehensive qualification programme that reflects the different phases of a doctorate. The programme includes five core events and numerous workshops, coaching and mentoring opportunities.

Courses

May 2022

DateLanguageTitleProvider
02.05.2022ENSelfmanagement for Early Career ResearchersBUA
04.05.2022DEKowi: Research funding opportunities in Germany and the European UnionKoWi
05.05.2022DEStart in die Drittmittelakquise I. Einführung in die nationale Förder- und ForschungslandschaftZEWK
06.05.2022ENManaging your Doctoral ProjectHGS
09.05.2022ENCrisis Management and Resilience during my DoctorateHGS
10.05.2022ENMore visibility for your research: Open Access for PhD studentsBUA
10.05.2022ENDFG Funding: The Walter Benjamin ProgrammeDFG
10.05.2022ENSuccess in Your Doctorate II: Keep Going!ZEWK
11.05.2022DEGlück Ahoi - Strengthened and healthy through the promotionZEWK
11.05.2022ENHappiness Ahoy – Strengthened and healthy through the doctoral thesisZEWK
12.05.2022ENDisputation TrainingDRS
13.05.2022DEResearch Integrity: Effizienter und (plagiats)sicherer Umgang mit FachliteraturBUA
17.05.2022ENLet's Write!BUA
19.05.2022DERahmenbedingungen des wissenschaftlichen PublizierensStaatsbibliothek zu Berlin
20.05.2022DEWissenschaftliches Publizieren im Open AccessStaatsbibliothek zu Berlin
23.05.2022DEBildrechteklärungStaatsbibliothek zu Berlin
23.05.2022ENPaid to research: how to prepare successful fellowship applicationsZEWK
25.05.2022DEForschungsdatenmanagementStaatsbibliothek zu Berlin
27.05.2022ENWriting Successful Job ApplicationsBUA
30.05.2022ENThe German research landscape: Who does research in Germany?DAAD
31.05.2022ENDoctorate opportunities in Germany: How to find a supervisor, write a proposal, find funding opportunities.DAAD
31.05.2022DEAktives Datenmanagement – Für einen effizienten und nachhaltigen Umgang mit Forschungsdaten im ProjektZEWK
31.05.2022DEAuftrittskompetenzDRS
Status: April 2022