Training in Kiel

Qualifications and Event offers

Current course offers:

01/03/2018 - 9:00am to 4:00pm
Theorie und Praxis der Gestaltung wissenschaftlicher Poster mit PowerPoint
Birgit Lukowski, SÜDSTERN - Visuelle Kommunikation, Berlin, Germany
Graduiertenzentrum
12/03/2018 - 9:00am to 13/03/2018 - 12:30pm
Hochschuldidaktik-Starter kompakt
Stephanie von Below, Coaching | Training | Karriereberatung
27/03/2018 - 9:00am to 5:00pm
Kreativität im Forschungsprozess - Strategien und Methoden für Nachwuchswissenschaftler
Dr. Sabine Brendel, Golin Wissenschaftsmanagement, Hamburg, Germany
Graduiertenzentrum

The courses mentioned in the box above are an extract of the offers especially of the Gradute Center Kiel. To check all offers please visit its webpage.

Enclosed you will find information on curricula and lectures or course offers, which might be useful for your doctoral researchers. Please speak to your mentor about this.

As for the lectures offered for medical studies and Master’s degree programmes please contact the coordinators beforehand and make sure that there are vacancies.

subject specific

seminars / talks / journal clubs

  • Immunological colloquium
    Institut of Immunology, Michaelisstr. 5, auditorium „Alte Chirurgie"
    every Thursday at 5 p.m.
  • IKMB lab talk
    Institute of Clinical Molekular Biology, c/o ZMB, Am Botanischen Garten11, Kiel, 4. floor, meeting room
    every Wednesday at 9 a.m.
  • IKMB genetics seminar
    Institute of Clinical Molekular Biology, c/o ZMB, Am Botanischen Garten11, Kiel, ground floor floor, meeting room
    every Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. - starting 6 August 2013
  • Biologisches Kolloquium,
    on Mondays, 16:15 h, Lecture Hall Biology E60, Am Botanischen Garten 7, during the semester
  • DocsTalk - Graduate Center Kiel
    weekly during the semester,
    The Graduate Center of Kiel University offers doctoral candidates the opportunity to present their research project to a wider audience in the form of lectures. Docs Talks is an interdisciplinary lecture series that takes place once a week at the university and is organized and publicized by the Graduate Center. The lectures last about one hour; afterwards there is time for questions from the audience. Topics from all subjects and disciplines are welcome.

soft skills / language courses