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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Faculty of Life Sciences

Graduate Centre Life Sciences

 

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The Graduate Centre Life Sciences is the central service facility for all current and prospective doctoral candidates at the Faculty of Life Sciences. It offers information on the admission to doctoral studies, further education, networking and counselling during the doctoral study period, as well as support for all doctoral students at the end of their doctoral degree programme.

The Graduate Centre Life Sciences is the contact point for all current and prospective doctoral candidates at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in Agricultural Science, Biology, Biophysics, Horticultural Science and Psychology.

The further education courses offered by the Graduate Centre Life Sciences are primarily targeted at doctoral candidates who are not enrolled in a structured doctoral degree programme. At the same time, the Graduate Centre is the networking point for all doctoral degree programmes and their doctoral candidates at our Faculty. In this way, the Graduate Centre Life Sciences promotes networking between all doctoral candidates at the Faculty of Life Sciences.

Important information during the COVID 19 pandemic:

At the moment it is not possible to hand in documents personally.

Please contact the staff of the doctoral office by e-mail only and send forms and applications as scans ahead of time and the originals via regular post.

Please also submit dissertations and related documents as single PDF each and by post. Should printing and binding of dissertations be delayed or not be possible at the moment, please let us know and submit the printed copies as soon as possible.

For the time being, we will only send documents such as admission letters and certificates by post or e-mail.

During the period of corona-induced contact restrictions, disputations can be carried out in compliance with the rules of hygiene (scroll down for English version).

Click here for regular updates on the situation at the Humboldt-Universität.


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