During the last couple of months you may have seen a new face in our Graduate School, dr. Fadi Hirzalla. Fadi has joined the Graduate School team to assess the methodology and methods needs of our PhD candidates and their supervisors, and to develop and deliver a set of new courses.
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).
In a new edition of 'Meet our PhD candidates', Esther Keymolen of the Erasmus University Faculty of Philosophy tells about her research into trust-building in online environments such as social network sites and collaborative communities.
The recently signed agreement between the Dutch Research Institute for Transitions (DRIFT) and the Graduate School will allow DRIFT to meet its growing demand for doctoral education for its PhD research programme. To celebrate this productive cooperation, DRIFT and the Graduate School held an official launch by showcasing DRIFT’s unique type of action research.
Need to analyse causation across cases and not sure how? This two-day course will introduce Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) as a way of exploring causal relationships in cross case research.
How do you achieve a work-life balance when your work as an academic is never finished? In this two hour workshop, PhD candidate Anne Annink will go beyond time management and discuss the latest scientific insights on mechanisms underlying work-life balance. By practical exercises, you will learn to identify and concentrate on the things that are truly important to you. Furthermore, you will learn that by doing less, you can enjoy and achieve more.