This information is meant for Integrated PhD students at part A, and is based on the most commonly asked questions regarding part A - from enrolment to prolonging of the Masters Degree study/extention of the PhD study and eventually the transition from part A to B.
|WHAT||WHO AND WHERE|
|Dispensation for prolonging your Master's degree study when applying for an Integrated PhD programme|
You start by applying for enrolment in the Integrated PhD programme via an open call at the graduate school.
Once receiving an offer of enrolment from the graduate school, you should apply your Study Board for dispensation to prolong your Master's Degree study. Learn more about how to apply for a dispensation during your Master's Degree study/part A. Find your Study Board.
|Putting together your Master's study plan|| |
Ask your supervisor how to best structure your activities at part A.please contact the Student Counselling Service at Health.
|Dispensation for extention during your Integrated PhD Programme, including prolonging your Master’s Degree study|
|How to get clinical stay in Aarhus|
Apply the graduate school for a place in Aarhus every year after announcement in the graduate school’s monthly letter.
For questions regarding clinical stays in general, please contact the Student Counselling Service at Health.
|General questions about your Master’s Degree study||Please contact the Student Counselling Service at Health.|
|Teaching during your Integrated PhD study||There is no teaching requirement on part A of your Integrated PhD study. |
When you enter part B, you can sign up as a teaching assistant to find ways to teach. You can also ask your head of GP if you need help fulfilling your teaching requirement.
|Evaluation on part A||You will conduct the first evaluation on part A. Learn more about your evaluations.|
|Transition from part A to part B||When you end your Master's degree study (and can enter part B), you must submit documentation for completion of the Master’s degree study to the Graduate School of Health. Learn more about the transition in the guidelines for the Integrated PhD programme|