ENTEG PhD activities
In 2014 the Engineering and Technology institute Groningen (ENTEG) started their seminar series. During these seminars researchers present recent exciting results and new developments to the broad research community of our institute. These seminars aim to inspire and stimulate ideas and collaboration between the various fields and research groups of the institute. Regular ENTEG seminars are scheduled once every two months.
Part of the ENTEG seminar series are yearly ENTEG PhD meeting. This PhD meeting offers all our staff a broad overview of research carried out in our institute. Moreover, the annual PhD meeting gives the opportunity to PhD students to present their work, receive valuable feedback and participate in research discussions. PhDs are expected to join these annual meetings and to present a poster of their recent research findings.
Credits for ENTEG PhDs
In accordance with University regulations, every PhD student conducting a four-year research project is expected to complete a training programme of 30-36 ECTS credits. Credits can be obtained for a wide array of activities such as courses in transferable skills, general research skills, project related activities etc. At the start of a PhD project, the supervisors and the PhD student together design a tailor-made training programme consisting of courses, meetings, conferences and other training activities. Credits will be awarded in accordance with the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS), for which 1 ECTS credit equals 28 hours of work.
PhDs embedded at ENTEG can obtain credits for participating the ENTEG seminar activities as follows:
During the four-year research project:
Generally, for PhDs in sandwich positions or students who started before 2015:
Register for credits
Register for these credits via Horafinita with name ‘ENTEG seminar series’ and the above mentioned number of credits. Your supervisor will approve the credits only at the end of your PhD period and based on the attendance lists of the secretariat.
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