In cooperation with the International Office, language courses abroad can be funded within the framework of the ERASMUS+ programme of the EU. Courses lasting 14 days (e.g. in Ireland) can be funded with travel and accommodation allowances (course fees as own contribution).
If you are interested in a stay in the first half of 2019, please contact us by sending an email until 31st January to: research-school[at]uni-weimar.de
Referentin: Evelyn Hochheim
Es gibt viele gute Gründe für eine Promotion. Für manche ist sie ein wichtiger Baustein in der eigenen Karriereplanung. Andere entscheiden sich für eine Promotion, weil sich ihnen damit die Gelegenheit bietet, sich über einen langen Zeitraum mit einer wissenschaftlichen Fragestellung auseinanderzusetzen.
03. - 04.05.2019
Instructor: Jakob Horstmann
This course takes the outside view on academic publishing in the English language market. For non-native speakers, the Anglo-American publishing environment can be dauntingly different, as it functions according to culturally specific rules and market models that are not apparent to outsiders. Yet, for any international scholar publications in English language journals and books are a major stepping stone for a successful career.
04. - 05.05.2018
Successful researchers need not only compelling data and ideas but also skills to communicate their research most effectively through writing in English. Yet, many academics are unsure about how they can best express themselves, what criteria a well-written English paper needs to fulfill, and how the writing and publication process can be managed most productively.
This second part of the workshop focuses on issues of language and style that become relevant while drafting and revising any piece of academic writing. It will look at how paragraphs and sentences should be constructed – both to give your texts an academic and professional form and to make them appealing and effective for your readers.
DATE & TIME| 17.-18.06.2019 | 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Instructor: Heidi Störr
A stable economy, good salaries and a wide range of interesting jobs attract international specialists to work in Germany. However, the application process is governed by the typical German correctness and formality. To know the rules and requirements is essential for finding a job. This seminar provides you with all the necessary information you will need when applying particularly on the job market outside academia. It is recommended for international graduates, who plan to start applying in the next 12 months.
DATE | 24.06.2019 | 10 AM – 6 PM
Instructor: Helga Nolte
The participants will get an overview about the rules of good scientific practice and the handling with cases of scientific misconduct, and will explore the differences and grey areas of questionable research practice. They will learn about local, national and international regulations and guidelines. It is a goal of the course to create space for reflections about values and attitudes of science and the role of scientists. The participants will learn to develop appropriate solutions for difficult situations in the process of science.
Specific regulations for the BRS in-house workshops in the conditions of participation (see pdf).