Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists (KHYS)

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This job and career portal for scientists will help you make the most of Germany's large range of opportunities to puersue a doctorate. It offers quite a lot of information in English. Here you can find extensive information for the various career paths as a scientist.

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The Foundation of the German State of Baden-Württemberg is one of the main operative foundations in Germany that promotes excellent research in the State and starts up its own new programs, for example in the field of science and research.

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The "university team" of the Federal Employment Agency provides you useful offers on the topics of applications and career advancement. Together with KHYS, e.g. professional checks of applications are carried out as part of the KIT training program "Doctoral & Careers Advice".

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The Center for Cultural and General Studies (Zentrum für Angewandte Kulturwissenschaft und Studium Generale – ZAK) organizes series of lectures, panel discussions, symposia and international congresses.

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The Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship is an entrepreneurially managed platform for KIT students, researchers and alumni that are interested in establishing their own business. The Centre provides junior entrepreneurs with advice concerning their ideas, assistance with the development of their business concepts and help in the search for co-founders, as well as introducing them to investors and business angels.

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"If KIT knew what KIT knows"... this is the motto behind the idea of the competence pool, the aim of which is to identify and make KIT's expertise accessible. All doctoral researchers and postdocs of KIT can present their individual professional profile in this competence network and engage in mutual exchange.

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The KIT compliance team is responsible for all issues concerning corruption prevention and related topics.

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The Division for Research Funding (Forschungsförderung – FOR) is the central institution at the KIT for raising funds from third parties and establishing cooperations.
The Division for Research Funding informs KIT researchers about funding opportunities and provides them with advice concerning the preparation and submission of applications. It also helps the Board and committees with issues related to research strategy, as well as supporting the new KIT research structures and promoting the establishment of internal and external research cooperations.

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If you are working on a doctoral thesis or dissertation or are planning to conduct doctoral research, the website of the Doctoral Researchers' Forum (Doktorandenforum) can answer (almost) all of your questions regarding your doctoral work, as well as providing an interactive discussion forum for sharing general questions and the highs and lows of life as a doctoral researcher.

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The Doctoral Researchers' Network (Doktoranden Netz) is the first networking online community created for and by doctoral researchers. It aims to provide fast and pragmatic support for all issues in and around the world of doctoral studies.

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The Network of Entrepreneurs (Gründernetzwerk) is the central information portal and your first port of call at the KIT for all questions regarding entrepreneurship and company start-ups.

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The KIT supports equal opportunities and measures aiming to support women in their careers. It actively concedes equal opportunities in all areas of responsibility and on all decision-making levels. You can find the most important Programs for Women on the KHYS website.
For further information and details concerning current programs for junior researchers, please visit the website of the Conference of Equal Opportunities Officers at Universities and Academic Institutions in Baden-Württemberg (LaKoG).

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Founded in 1989, the European Confederation of the Upper Rhine Universities is a German-French-Swiss meta-network. The Eucor partner universities have, among other things, agreed on a joint declaration on cooperation in the field of doctoral training in order to sustainably increase the attractiveness of the Eucor area and its universities.

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EURAXESS Germany - the National Coordination Office at the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research) is an information and advisory center for internationally mobile researchers who wish to go to Germany for a scientific activity or go to another country. It is part of a network of EURAXESS service centers across Europe. The aim of these centers is to facilitate the international mobility of scientists.

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FemConsult is an online database of postdoctoral female researchers and female researchers who have completed ’Habilitation’. The database is run by the Center of Excellence Women and Science (CEWS) and enables users to quickly and easily find and contact female researchers for current enquiries or availabilities.

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The development of the portal is a part of the VBL project 'Partnership for researchers'. The aim is to remove obstacles to the mobility of researchers employed in the public sector with regard to their pensions. The core issue is to improve information services for the target group of mobile scientists.

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The German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst e.V.) is a joint institution of the German universities and German Universities of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschulen) that promotes the international network of German universities and German Universities of Applied Sciences by arranging exchanges between students and researchers and organizing international programs and projects. The DAAD offers a variety of funding options and provides advice regarding other funding institutions.

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The German Association of University Professors and Lecturers (Deutscher Hochschulverband) represents research professionals whilst also providing a comprehensive range of information and services for university lecturers and junior researchers.

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The Studienkolleg Karlsruhe offers a variety of German-language courses that are also open for doctoral and postdoctoral researchers.

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The German Research Foundation is the central funding organization for research in Germany and promotes scientific excellence through competition, provides committees and public authorities with advice on scientific issues, gives impulses for international scientific cooperations and aims to promote junior researchers.

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In order to regulate the handling of research data at KIT, so that researchers can work with data efficiently, uncomplicatedly and with legal certainty, "Guidelines on responsible and sustainable research data management (Leitlinien zu einem verantwortungsvollen und nachhaltigen Forschungsdatenmanagement)" were adopted on October 17, 2016.

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The Helmholtz Information and Data Science Academy (HIDA) offers extensive training in Information and Data Science to doctoral researchers and postdocs. HIDA offers ideal conditions for data scientists from all research areas. As a central forum and innovation hub, HIDA facilitates the interdisciplinary exchange of Data Science expertise between all of the Helmholtz Centers and research fields.

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The Helmholtz Centres’ common PhD guidelines facilitate quality assurance and provide guidance to PhD students and supervisors.

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The blog presents the exciting and diverse faces of the Helmholtz Association, presents experts and topics from the broad field of talent promotion and career development in science and provides insights into what is done day-to-day in the Helmholtz Association to make it not only an outstanding scientific institution, but also an inspiring workplace for all employees.

 

 

The HoC is the central institution for competence development and further education at the KIT and connects various institutions that deal with this matter. In cooperation with the HoC Office, the KHYS predominantly offers support for your application process.

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Within the framework of a joint project, female students and graduates of the communication science course of studies at the University of Jena have created this companion on the information platform Sturado.de on the topic of financing doctoral/ dissertation for women.

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Die Dienstleistungseinheit Innovations- und Relationsmanagement (IRM) ist ein Zusammenschluss zweier Dienstleitungseinheiten des KIT: Relationship Management (RSM) und Innovationsmanagement (IMA). IMA ist der Servicepartner für die Kommerzialisierung von Forschungsergebnissen am KIT und berät Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft und unterstützt den Innovationsprozess von der Sicherung der Rechte. RSM ist der Ansprechpartner für Alumni-Arbeit, Career Service, Sponsoring, Stiftungen & Preise sowie Fundraising und gibt neue Impulse für die Weiterentwicklung des KIT.

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Das akademische Auslandsamt ist zentraler Ansprechpartner für international Studierende und Wissenschaftler*innen des KIT sowie für alle ausländischen Interessenten, die planen ans KIT zu kommen. 

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Ein Team aus jungen Akademiker*innen hat sich auf Stellenangebote, Praktikumsstellen, Bachelor-/Master-/ sowie Promotionsstellen für Naturwissenschaftler*innen, Informatiker*innen und Ingenieur*innen spezialisiert. Die Jobbörse bietet mehr als 10.000 ausgewählte Jobs für Absolvent*innen und Bewerber*innen mit Berufserfahrung.

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Jobvector ist eine Jobbörse für Naturwissenschaftler*innen, Mediziner*innen und Ingenieure*innen. Darüber hinaus veranstaltet jobvecotr regelmäßig eine Karrieremesse (jobvector career day). Das Vortragsprogramm des jobvector career day bietet den Absolvent*innen Informationen über Einstiegsmöglichkeiten und Karrierewege.

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Das vom Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) geförderte Projekt KISSWIN.de ist ein Internetportal, das Informationen und Newsletter speziell für Nachwuchswissenschaftler*innen bietet. 

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Die Leadership Talent Academy bietet Masterstudierenden und Promovierenden die Möglichkeit, sie auf Ihrem Weg zur Führungskraft im Rahmen einer werteorientierten Persönlichkeits- und Karriereentwicklung zu unterstützen.

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Das Sprachenzentrum des KIT bietet allen Studierenden und Mitarbeiter*innen Kurse auf unterschiedlichen Niveaustufen in mittlerweile 14 Sprachen an. Hier bestehen vielfältige Möglichkeiten, Fremdsprachen neu zu erlernen oder schon früher erworbene Sprachkenntnisse zu vertiefen.

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Die DFG hat gemeinsam mit dem DAAD den Flyer „Online-Wegweiser zur Promotion“ mit vielen nützlichen Links für angehende Promovierende zusammengestellt. Er gibt Auskunft über verschiedene Portale, die die Suche nach allgemeinen Informationen zur Promotion, Fördermöglichkeiten, konkreten Promotionsstellen, internationalen Promotionsprogrammen und dem richtigen Institut und Ansprechpartner*innen für die eigenen Themenschwerpunkte erleichtern sollen. Der Online-Wegweiser ist in deutscher und englischer Sprache abrufbar.

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Ob bei der Themensuche, mittendrin oder nach der Disputation: Das Magazin soll dir in jeder Promotionsphase helfen, den Überblick zu behalten.

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The open4research database – presented by the KIT Research Office (FOR) – provides KIT researchers at all academic levels easy access to research funding opportunities. It allows to browse the content by research discipline or search for subject specific calls. Users can stay up to date by subscribing for personalized email notifications.

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Die PEBA konzipiert und organisiert Weiterbildungsangebote für Mitarbeiter*innen und Studierende des KIT. In Kooperation mit dem KHYS werden die Weiterbildungsangebote für Nachwuchswissenschaftler*innen ständig erweitert und weiterentwickelt. Für Mitglieder des KHYS (Anmeldung über KHYS-Registrierungsportal oder KHYS-Netzwerks) übernimmt das KHYS den größten Teil der Kursgebühren.

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KIT Alumni ist das Netzwerk der Absolventen, die am ehemaligen Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe geforscht, an der Fridericiana studiert oder gelehrt, vielleicht am KIT studiert oder gearbeitet haben. Das Netzwerk wurde 1996 als "AlumniKaTH" gegründet und verzeichnet mittlerweile rund 17.000 Mitglieder. Es gibt ein Onlineportal zur Aufnahme in das Netzwerk. 

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Diese Info für (zukünftige) internationale Promovenden zeigt die unterschiedlichen Wege zur Promotion in Deutschland auf. Sie erläutert die formalen Voraussetzungen, gibt praktische Tipps zur Auswahl des richtigen Betreuers oder Promotionsprogramms und stellt Förder- und Finanzierungsmöglichkeiten vor.

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Science & Management ist ein Programm, das es Wissenschaftler*innen ermöglicht, ihre Promotion und das MBA-Programm gleichzeitig zu absolvieren. Schon seit Jahren kooperiert das Collège des Ingénieurs mit renommierten Universitäten. Die Promovierenden profitieren von der Möglichkeit, ihre Forschungsinteressen verfolgen zu können und zugleich in die Businesswelt einzutauchen.

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Das Portal wissenschaft-online des Verlags Spektrum der Wisenschaft bietet allen Wissenschaftsinteressierten thematische Überblicke zu den Publikationen aus verschiedensten Quellen. 

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Die Abteilung Strategische Entwicklung und Kommunikation (SEK) des KIT ist verantwortlich für die interne und externe Kommunikation sowie die einheitliche Präsentation nach außen. Neben Presseinformationen zu aktuellen Themen aus Forschung, Lehre und Innovation gehört die Organisation von Veranstaltungen, vom Tag der offenen Tür über die Kinder-Uni bis hin zu nationalen und internationalen Messeauftritten, zu den zentralen Aufgaben von SEK.

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Studyportals ist eine globale Plattform mit einem breiten Studienangebot. Zum Ziel setzt sich diese, den Hochschulmarketing zu erleichtern und effektiver zu machen. Hier finden Sie viele Stipendien und Preise, die Ihnen das Studium oder ihre wissenschaftliche Arbeit ermöglichen werden.

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THESIS ist das interdisziplinäre und deutschlandweite Netzwerk für den wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs und alle, die sich an das Abenteuer Promotion gewagt haben. Es unterstützt Doktorand*innen aller Fachrichtungen bei ihrer Promotion.

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Ein offenes Netzwerk von Wissenschaftlerinnen und Ingenieurinnen, die in Forschung oder Verwaltung am KIT arbeiten. Das Netzwerk setzt sich aus Frauen mit unterschiedlichen wissenschaftlichen Hintergründen und vielfältigen Karrierewegen auf den verschiedensten Positionen – von der Doktorandin bis zur Abteilungsleiterin – zusammen.

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Die Ethikleitlinien wenden sich an jedes Mitglied und jede*n Angehörige*n des KIT. Die Leitlinien setzen gemeinsam mit der zuvörderst zu beachtenden Rechtsordnung und der Gemeinsamen Satzung des KIT Maßstäbe und Verbindlichkeiten für ethisch verantwortliches Handeln des KIT durch seine Organe sowie seine Mitglieder und Angehörigen. Sie sind auch die Basis der Kooperation und Kommunikation mit der Gesellschaft und allen Partnern des KIT. Die Leitlinien sind nur im Intranet zugänglich.

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Distance Learning oder Blended Learning — das heißt studieren unabhängig von Ort und Zeit. Das Fernstudienzentrum bietet Ihnen entsprechende Veranstaltungen sowie Beratung und Unterstützung an. 

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Der Ombudsman für die Wissenschaft wurde von der DFG eingesetzt und steht allen Wissenschaftlern*innen unmittelbar und unabhängig von einer Beteiligung der DFG zur Beratung und Unterstützung in Fragen guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis zur Verfügung. 

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Die gemeinsamen Promotionsleitlinien der Mitglieder der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft unterstützen die Qualitätssicherung und bieten Orientierung für Promovierende und Betreuer*innen.

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Die PI ist der Zusammenschluss von Stipendiat*innen aus der Promotionsförderung der Begabtenförderwerke. Ziel der Arbeit von PI ist es, die Interessen der Promotionsstipendiat*innen zu vertreten und sich für die Belange der Promovierenden einzusetzen.

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Wenn Sie sich für eine Promotion an einer TU9-Universität entscheiden, finden Sie hier entsprechende Auswahl an Herangehensweisen. 

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academics.com

This job and career portal for scientists will help you make the most of Germany's large range of opportunities to puersue a doctorate. It offers quite a lot of information in English. Here you can find extensive information for the various career paths as a scientist.

 

Afterwork Get Together for KIT PhD Students
The Afterwork Get Together is an offer for doctoral researchers at KIT that is organized by other doctoral researchers. The meeting takes place every two weeks and gives doctoral researchers the opportunity to network and exchange ideas and experience. Subscription to the mailing list: doktoranden∂lists.kit.edu.

 

Bundesagentur für Arbeit - Hochschulteam (Federal Employment Agency – University Team)
The "university team" of the Federal Employment Agency provides you useful offers on the topics of applications and career advancement. Together with KHYS, e.g. professional checks of applications are carried out as part of the KIT training program "Doctoral & Careers Advice".

 

Baden Württemberg-Stiftung
The Foundation of the German State of Baden-Württemberg is one of the main operative foundations in Germany that promotes excellent research in the State and starts up its own new programs, for example in the field of science and research.

 

Center for Cultural and General Studies
The Center for Cultural and General Studies (Zentrum für Angewandte Kulturwissenschaft und Studium Generale – ZAK) organizes series of lectures, panel discussions, symposia and international congresses.

 

Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship (CIE)
The Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship is an entrepreneurially managed platform for KIT students, researchers and alumni that are interested in establishing their own business. The Centre provides junior entrepreneurs with advice concerning their ideas, assistance with the development of their business concepts and help in the search for co-founders, as well as introducing them to investors and business angels.

 

Competence Pool: Living forum for the networking of ideas at KIT   
"If KIT knew what KIT knows"... this is the motto behind the idea of the competence pool, the aim of which is to identify and make KIT's expertise accessible. All doctoral researchers and postdocs of KIT can present their individual professional profile in this competence network and engage in mutual exchange.

 

Corruption prevention
The KIT compliance team is responsible for all issues concerning corruption prevention and related topics.

 

Division for Research Funding
The Division for Research Funding (Forschungsförderung – FOR) is the central institution at the KIT for raising funds from third parties and establishing cooperations.
The Division for Research Funding informs KIT researchers about funding opportunities and provides them with advice concerning the preparation and submission of applications. It also helps the Board and committees with issues related to research strategy, as well as supporting the new KIT research structures and promoting the establishment of internal and external research cooperations.

 

Doctoral Researchers' Forum
If you are working on a doctoral thesis or dissertation or are planning to conduct doctoral research, the website of the Doctoral Researchers' Forum (Doktorandenforum) can answer (almost) all of your questions regarding your doctoral work, as well as providing an interactive discussion forum for sharing general questions and the highs and lows of life as a doctoral researcher.

 

Doctoral Researchers' Network 
The Doctoral Researchers' Network (Doktoranden Netz) is the first networking online community created for and by doctoral researchers. It aims to provide fast and pragmatic support for all issues in and around the world of doctoral studies.

 

Entrepreneurship at the KIT
The Network of Entrepreneurs (Gründernetzwerk) is the central information portal and your first port of call at the KIT for all questions regarding entrepreneurship and company start-ups.

 

Equal Opportunities
The KIT supports equal opportunities and measures aiming to support women in their careers. It actively concedes equal opportunities in all areas of responsibility and on all decision-making levels. You can find the most important Programs for Women on the KHYS website.
For further information and details concerning current programs for junior researchers, please visit the website of the Conference of Equal Opportunities Officers at Universities and Academic Institutions in Baden-Württemberg (LaKoG).

 

Eucor - binational doctorate
Founded in 1989, the European Confederation of the Upper Rhine Universities is a German-French-Swiss meta-network. The Eucor partner universities have, among other things, agreed on a joint declaration on cooperation in the field of doctoral training in order to sustainably increase the attractiveness of the Eucor area and its universities.

 

EURAXESS
EURAXESS Germany - the National Coordination Office at the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research) is an information and advisory center for internationally mobile researchers who wish to go to Germany for a scientific activity or go to another country. It is part of a network of EURAXESS service centers across Europe. The aim of these centers is to facilitate the international mobility of scientists.

 

FemConsult
FemConsult is an online database of postdoctoral female researchers and female researchers who have completed ’Habilitation’. The database is run by the Center of Excellence Women and Science (CEWS) and enables users to quickly and easily find and contact female researchers for current enquiries or availabilities.

 

Find your Pension
The development of the portal is a part of the VBL project 'Partnership for researchers'. The aim is to remove obstacles to the mobility of researchers employed in the public sector with regard to their pensions. The core issue is to improve information services for the target group of mobile scientists.

 

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
The German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst e.V.) is a joint institution of the German universities and German Universities of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschulen) that promotes the international network of German universities and German Universities of Applied Sciences by arranging exchanges between students and researchers and organizing international programs and projects. The DAAD offers a variety of funding options and provides advice regarding other funding institutions.

 

German Association of University Professors and Lecturers
The German Association of University Professors and Lecturers (Deutscher Hochschulverband) represents research professionals whilst also providing a comprehensive range of information and services for university lecturers and junior researchers.

 

German Language Courses for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Researchers from Abroad
The Studienkolleg Karlsruhe offers a variety of German-language courses that are also open for doctoral and postdoctoral researchers.

 

German Research Foundation (DFG)
The German Research Foundation is the central funding organization for research in Germany and promotes scientific excellence through competition, provides committees and public authorities with advice on scientific issues, gives impulses for international scientific cooperations and aims to promote junior researchers.

 

Guidelines on responsible and sustainable research data management at KIT (FDM policy), german only
In order to regulate the handling of research data at KIT, so that researchers can work with data efficiently, uncomplicatedly and with legal certainty, "Guidelines on responsible and sustainable research data management (Leitlinien zu einem verantwortungsvollen und nachhaltigen Forschungsdatenmanagement)" were adopted on October 17, 2016.

 

Helmholtz Information & Data Science Academy
The Helmholtz Information and Data Science Academy (HIDA) offers extensive training in Information and Data Science to doctoral researchers and postdocs. HIDA offers ideal conditions for data scientists from all research areas. As a central forum and innovation hub, HIDA facilitates the interdisciplinary exchange of Data Science expertise between all of the Helmholtz Centers and research fields.

 

Helmholtz PhD guidelines
The Helmholtz Centres’ common PhD guidelines facilitate quality assurance and provide guidance to PhD students and supervisors.

 

Helmholtz-Talentcampus
The blog presents the exciting and diverse faces of the Helmholtz Association, presents experts and topics from the broad field of talent promotion and career development in science and provides insights into what is done day-to-day in the Helmholtz Association to make it not only an outstanding scientific institution, but also an inspiring workplace for all employees.

 

House of Competence (HoC)
The HoC is the central institution for competence development and further education at the KIT and connects various institutions that deal with this matter. In cooperation with the HoC Office, the KHYS predominantly offers support for your application process.

 

How to: Pursue a doctorate as a woman - financing, promotion, financial aid
Within the framework of a joint project, female students and graduates of the communication science course of studies at the University of Jena have created this companion on the information platform Sturado.de on the topic of financing doctoral/ dissertation for women.

 

Innovation and Relation Management (IRM)
The service unit Innovation and Relation Management (IRM) is the result of a merger of two service units of KIT: Relationship Management (RSM) and Innovation Management (IMA). IMA is the service partner for the commercial exploitation of research results at KIT, and provides advice for science and industry and supports the innovation process with regards to intellectual property. RSM is the contact point for alumni work, career services, sponsorship, foundations & prizes as well as fundraising and gives new impulses for the further development of KIT.

 

International Office
If you are an international student or researcher at the KIT Campus South or you come from outside of Germany and are interested in or planning on coming to study or work at the KIT Campus South, the International Office is your main port of call.

 

jobtensor
Jobtensor is a team of young academics specialized in job vacancies, internships, bachelor / master / doctorate positions for scientists, computer scientists and engineers. The job market offers more than 10.000 selected jobs for graduates and applicants with professional experience.

 

jobvector
Jobvector is a job board for natural scientists, physicians and engineers. In addition, jobvector regularly organizes a career fair (jobvector career day). The lecture program of the jobvector career day provides the graduates information about job opportunities and career paths.

 

Kisswin.de
The KISSWIN.de project is an internet portal that provides information and newsletters especially designed for junior researchers. The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung – BMBF).

 

Leadership Talent Academy at KIT
The new Leadership Talent Academy offers master’s and doctoral students the opportunity to support them on their way to becoming a manager within the framework of value-oriented personality and career development.

 

Language Center
The KIT Language Center (Sprachenzentrum – SpZ) offers language courses at a wide variety of levels and in 14 different languages for all students and staff. The SpZ offers you a diverse range of opportunities to learn new languages or to further develop previously acquired language skills.

 

Online guide to a PhD in Germany
The German Research Foundation (DFG) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) have jointly published a flyer that contains many useful links to websites that contain information on doing a PhD in Germany. The flyer provides links to various online portals that help search for general information, funding opportunities, and international PhD programs. In addition you can find out which institutes could be of interest to you. The flyer is available in German and English.

 

OpenD - Online magazine on the subject of dissertations
Whether in the topic search, in the middle or after a disputation: the magazine is designed to help you keep track of things in every phase of your promotion.

 

Open4Research
The open4research database – presented by the KIT Research Office (FOR) – provides KIT researchers at all academic levels easy access to research funding opportunities. It allows to browse the content by research discipline or search for subject specific calls. Users can stay up to date by subscribing for personalized email notifications.

 

Personalentwicklung und Berufsausbildung (PEBA)
The Staff Development Institute – kww (Personalentwicklung – kww) develops concepts for and organizes further education opportunities for KIT staff and students. In cooperation with the KHYS, it continuously expands and develops the further education opportunities available to junior researchers. The KHYS covers most of the seminar fees for members of the KHYS Network.

 

Relationship Management - KIT Alumni
The KIT Alumni is the network of graduates that have completed research at the former Research Center Karlsruhe (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe), studied or lectured at the Fridericiana or studied or worked at the KIT. The network was established in 1996 as "AlumniKaTH" and now contains around 17,000 members. To join this network, please visit its webpage.

 

Relationship Management - KIT CareerService
The KIT CareerService acts as a mediator between students and the world of business. We support students with their successful entry into their professional careers.

 

Research in Germany: The German doctorate - Info for doctoral candidates
This Info outlines the different paths to a doctorate, provides practical advice and presents background information in a concise and understandable way.

 

Science & Management for doctoral researchers – Doctorate & MBA: 44 months, 2 degrees
Science and Management is a program that enables scientists to complete their doctorate and our MBA at the same time. For years, the Collège des Ingénieurs has been cooperating with prestigious institutions in France, Germany and Switzerland. The Ph.D. candidates benefit from pursuing their research and venturing into the business world at the same time.

 

Science Online
The Science Online (wissenschaft-online) portal run by the publisher Spektrum der Wissenschaft offers all individuals interested in science a topical overview of publications from a wide variety of sources.

 

Strategic Corporate Development and Communications
The Strategic Corporate Development and Communications (Strategische Entwicklung und Kommunikation, SEK) of the KIT is responsible for internal and external communication and for presenting the corporate identity of the KIT to the general public. Alongside the production of press releases on topical subjects from the fields of research, education and innovation, the main activities carried out by the Department include organizing various events such as open days and the KIT Children’s University and participating in German and international trade fairs and exhibitions.

 

Studyportals
Studyportals is the global study choice platform. It should make the international higher education marketing easier and more effective. You will find here a lot of scholarships and grants to finance your study or your research.

 

THESIS
THESIS is an interdisciplinary network throughout Germany for junior researchers and all those who have dared to delve into the adventure of doctoral research. The network supports doctoral researchers in all subject areas during their doctoral research period.

 

Wissenschaftlerinnen im KIT (WiKIT) (Female scientists at KIT)
An open network of female scientists and engineers working in research or administration at KIT. The network consists of women with different scientific backgrounds and diverse careers in various positions – from the doctoral researchers to Head of Department.

 

 

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