In order to further support it's PhD programme, the Dutch Research Institute for Transitions (DRIFT) has recently joined the Graduate School. To celebrate this productive cooperation, DRIFT and the Graduate School will hold an official launch on March 1 (15.45-17.00) by showcasing DRIFT's unique type of action research. After the presentations, Graduate School dean Liesbet van Zoonen will also announce the winners of the yearly awarded "Graduate School Award for PhD Excellence".
Erasmus Graduate School of Social Sciences and the Humanities (EGS3H)
By facilitating doctoral education to over 350 PhD candidates in a total of 10 academic fields the Graduate School nurtures research excellence and a vibrant academic community. To provide aspiring PhD researchers with an efficient application service, the Graduate School uses an online application system. Visit our admission page for a step-by-step guide.
The Graduate School is an Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) joint venture of the Faculty of Social Sciences, the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC), the Faculty of Philosophy and the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS).
On the 12th of February 2016 the Transition Academy of the Erasmus University Dutch Research Institute for Transitions (DRIFT) hosts an intensive training day on Transition Research.
The Erasmus Recruitment Days is the largest on-campus recruitment event in Europe. The various events offer PhD candidates in all study phases an ideal opportunity to see what the job market has to offer and to meet their future employer. The 2016 Erasmus Recruitment Days will take place from 26 January until 10 February on campus Woudestein. Deadline for registration is 6 January.
In a new edition of 'Meet our PhD candidates', Qiaomei Yang of the Erasmus University Department of Public Administration tells about her research into the diffusion and adoption of e-government services in China. After obtaining her Master’s Degree Qiaomei received funding from the China Scholarship Council (CSC) for four years of PhD research.
To further stimulate and reward PhD research, the Erasmus Graduate School of Social Sciences and the Humanities (EGS3H) invites its over 300 PhD candidates and recent graduates to submit their work for the "Graduate School Award for PhD Excellence". The deadline for submission is December 31 (Thursday) 2015.
In a new edition of 'Meet our PhD candidates', Yosha Wijngaarden of the Erasmus University Department of Media and Communication tells about her research into how cultures of innovation develop in co-located creative industries. Her PhD project is part of the NWO-funded project Cultures of Innovation in the Creative Industries (CICI).