Doctoral programs generally fulfill the following criteria:
- They are part of a shared research context such as a Research Training Group, Collaborative Research Center or an interfaculty program.
- They ensure appropriate structures for research coordination, promoting scientific exchange and qualification.
- They offer a structured admissions procedure consisting of an application and selection process which considers the candidate’s suitability.
Other names for doctoral programs include:
- Graduate school
- Research Training Group
- International Research Training Group
- Doctoral network
- Ancillary project group
- Research school
Information on specific doctoral programs at the University is given on the website of the coordinating faculty.
Important: Whether and when calls for applications for scholarships and positions are carried out varies greatly. Please refer to the program website for current information.
Faculty of Medicine
- General information: Note the navigation menu on the left of the page.
Faculty of Humanities
Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences
Faculty of Science
- General information
- Computer science
- Pharmacy and biochemistry
Faculty of Protestant Theology
Faculty of Catholic Theology
Faculty of Law