PhD Education 

General Informations

Study programme

Graduation

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Prerequisites

Master`s Programme or Equivalent

Duration

6 Semester

Curriculum

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Areas of expertise and support

Subject Didactics German

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Johannes Odendahl

Inclusive Education

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Dirk Hoffmann  


For further information please contact the listed contact persons or the office of the Dean of the Faculty of Teacher Education (lehramt@uibk.ac.at, +43 512 507 30162).


 

Admission

The prerequisite for admission is graduation from a university bachelor's or master's programme in an appropriate subject. A teacher training programme or master's programme in religious education completed at the University of Innsbruck renders a student eligible. The equivalence of other completed degree programmes would have to be reviewed on an individual basis.

Please find out about the research fields covered by the Faculty for Teacher Training before you apply for admission. If you are interested in one of these fields, you should make contact with one of the professors who deals with that field. The focus of the PhD study programme is the writing of a research paper; for the paper to be successful, good cooperation with the chosen supervisor is very important.

Dissertation

Information about the Dissertation Agreement

In the Constitution (Section: Academic Statutes) you will find the applicable regulations, including those for:

25. Supervision and Appraisal of Dissertations
(Please note that only one of the supervisors may be called upon as an appraiser!)

§ 25a. Dissertation Agreement


EDITE – European Doctorate in Teacher Education

You will find further information about EDITE at   www.edite.eu, which was updated in November 2015. If you have any queries you can contact info@edite.eu directly.

E-Mail-Adresse für Fragen rund um das Lehramtsstudium:
lehramt@uibk.ac.at



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