The courses offered by the Graduate School of Health are developing on an ongoing basis. If you find that a course is missing, you are welcome to contact the head of your GP (Biomedicine, Clinical Medicine, Forensic Medicine and Odontology/Oral Health or Public Health,) or the PhD administration and suggest that a new course is being set up.
If you suggest that a new course is being set up, we advise you to find out whether (other) PhD students are interested in your course suggestion.
A number of formal requirements must be met before a course can be approved:
To allow sufficient time for the approval process, we kindly ask you to submit your course suggestion no later than 3 months before the course is expected to take place.
As a rule, the graduate school will cover all direct expenses for teaching activities on residential PhD courses, such as lectures and other class-related activities, assignments/exam papers etc., as well as expenses for material. Additionally, the course leader can apply the graduate school for covering expenses related to travel and stay of 1-2 external speakers, if relevant. All other expenses related to the residential PhD course should be covered by other means.
Other means of funding
We recommend course leaders to apply for additional funding via Aarhus University Research Foundation/AUFF (only applicable for courses held at Sandbjerg Estate), via the academies affiliated with the Health Research Networks (e.g. Danish Cardiovascular Academy and Neuroscience Academy Denmark) or other funding sources. Also, it is accepted to charge participants (be it both internal and external PhD students or others) a fee to cover their individual expenses related to the residential stay (acc. to the ‘Open Market Agreement’ by Universities Denmark).
Number of teachers
The number of teachers for each course will be individually assessed in the approval process in relation to the budget and course seats offered. The number of teachers should be proportional to the number of seats for PhD students.