Graduate schools are temporary facilities in higher education institutions that cater to and support postgraduates and young academics. In the centre stands a coherent, thematically defined research and study programme. Graduate colleges should support the early scholarly independence of doctoral students as well as intensify international exchange. They open the door for KOLLEGIATEN. An interdisciplinary orientation of the research and study programme is desirable. Through their graduate schools, both German and foreign universities offer a structured doctoral programme. The Heisenberg Programme and the Emmy Noether Programme provide further support opportunities for qualified candidates. The graduate school is part of the Faculty II and is promoted by the German Research Foundation.
„Globalisation and employment“
The Department of Economics and Law Studies and the Chair of International Economic Relations offer you the opportunity to carry out a research project within the framework of this doctoral programme.
Read more here about the organization and research topic in the doctoral programme ‘Globalisation and Employment’!