Important additional information
The Research School BCN itself does not provide PhD positions. BCN offers the PhD training program to enrolled PhD students only. If you would like to become a BCN PhD student, you have to apply for a vacancy at one of our departments. Please check the University of Groningen site for vacancies.
Registration of Credits
- Registration of the educational activities will be done by PhD students, together with their promotor in Hora Finita.
- PhD students who fail to participate in the BCN PhD training programme will be excluded from BCN funding.
If the training requirements are fulfilled, the BCN certificate and a certificate of the Graduate School will be presented at the dissertation defence ceremony.
Rules Concerning Course Registration
- Cancelling participation implies a lowering of GSMS financial support for conferences by 200 euro, when courses are cancelled less than 3 weeks before the starting date of the course.
All prizes are presented during the BCN poster afternoon.
- BCN Poster Award: for the 3 best posters during the BCN Winter Meeting. Prize: a book token of 50 euro.
- BCN Dissertation Award: for the best dissertatin of the last Academic Year. Candidates for this award must be nominated by their promotor. Prize: 1000 euro and a presentation during the BCN Winter Meeting.
- BCN Best Presentation Award: for the best presentation during the BCN Retreat. Participants vote. Prize: a book token of 50 euro for the day winners, the final winner will receive 250 euro extra travel budget.
- The PhD student card can be used as a proof that you are a PhD student, and might give discount at conferences. You can to order to your card here. More information about the card can be found on this website: http://myuniversity.rug.nl/infonet/medewerkers/werk-en-carriere/aanstelling/university-pass/
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Groningen Graduate Interest Network
Groningen Graduate Interest Network (GRIN) is an association of PhD candidates that represents PhD in Groningen. Every PhD candidate can contact GRIN with any problems, question or suggestion they might have and even if GRIN cannot help directly, we will direct the PhD candidate to the right person. If you would like to support the work of GRIN, you can become a member for only 10 Euros for your entire PhD period. For any advice, question or assistance on PhD-related issues please contact GRIN. You can find more information on our website (www.grin.im) or contact us directly by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
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