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A key component of research activities at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences is supporting upcoming academics. Doctoral programmes are an integral part of teaching and research.

Currently, there are around 70 doctoral candidates at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences pursuing their studies in a cooperative individual set-up, in one of the structured programmes or in one of our PhD centres.

A cross-university doctoral network (GraduiertenNetzwerk Hochschule RheinMain) helps doctoral candidates to forge links and share and exchange ideas. Network members are also eligible for financial support and free training and seminars for their doctorate.

As a requirement for an application doctoral candidates have to name a doctoral advisor at RheinMain university.

For further information please contact Anne Stosch.

 

 

Mentoring Hessen is a joint project of Hessian universities and universities of applied sciences to advance the careers of women. The aim is to increase the percentage of women in attractive specialist and management positions in both academia and business.

In four different funding lines - from student to professor - younf women are supported and guided through the decisive phases of their professional development. The close cooperation with renowned companies and research institutions also opens up career opportunities outside of academia.

Mentoring Hessen offers the following funding lines for female PhDs and Postdocs of RheinMain University:

  • ProCareer.Doc
    for doctoral students and early postdocs from all disciplines
  • ProAcademia
    for advanced doctoral students and early postdocs with a career objective in academia
  • ProProfessur
    for advanced postdocs or prospective professors with the career objective professorship

Applications will start in autumn 2022.

Contact: Anne Stosch

The updated Hessian Higher Education Act offers universities of applied sciences the right to autonomously award doctoral degrees.

RheinMain University posseses this right so far in the three special fields of Social Work, Applied Computer Sciences and Logistics & Mobility. PhD centres have been established to exercise the right to confer doctoral degrees:

  •  PhD Centre Social Work (Promotionszentrum Soziale Arbeit)
           in cooperation with the Universities of Applied Sciences Fulda, Frankfurt and Darmstadt
  • PhD Centre Applied Computer Science (Promotionszentrum Angewandte Informatik)
          in cooperation with the Universities of Applied Sciences Fulda, Frankfurt and Darmstadt
  •  PhD Centre Mobility & Logistics (Promotionszentrum Mobilität und Logistik)
          in cooperation with the Universities of Applied Sciences Frankfurt and Fulda. 

As soon as you get your admission to one of the PhD centres you have the possibility to enroll as a PhD-student at RheinMain University.

 

RheinMain University of Applied Sciences offers upcoming academics the opportunity to pursue their doctorate in an interdisciplinary, practice-oriented and application-based environment. Doctorates are an integral part of research activities at our university.

Long-standing cooperation projects with universities means doctoral candidates can choose to follow structured doctoral programmes with us. At present there are programmes in mobile media, applied social sciences, computer science, nanostructures and construction engineering:

 

For further information on doing a doctorate at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences please contact Anne Stosch.

Anne Stosch
Department of Research Funding
Campus Unter den Eichen, Building F-III, 2nd floor, Room 11
Phone: +46 611 9495 1538

 

Postal Adress:

RheinMain University of Applied Sciences
Department of Research Funding
PO Box 3251
65022 Wiesbaden