Seminar publication available at 3rd_Cycle_Degrees_Background_material.pdf
Bologna 3rd Cycle in the European Higher Education Area: From University Perspective, Secretary General Lesley Wilson, European University Association (EUA)
Recent developments of HR policies in Europe , Dr. Massimo Serpieri, DG Research, European Commission
Science as a solution to global problems , Finland Distinguished Professor Douglas Worsnop,
Doctoral Schools and Transferable Skills , Professor Mary Ritter, Imperial College London
International PhD training: Joint PhD degree of EMBL and University of Helsinki, Dr. Mikko Taipale, Whitehead Institute, MIT
Bologna 3rd Cycle in the European Higher Education Area: From Student Perspective, Doctoral Student Rossella Iraci Capuccinello, European Student Union (ESU)
The possibilities of internationalisation in PhD training , Dr. Riitta Mustonen, Academy of Finland
Recent developments in PhD training and research career in Finland , Professor Eero Vuorio, University of Turku
The eternal tension in PhD labour market preparation. Broad training and high specialization , Chair Dr. Hans Sonneveld, Universiteit Utrecht
Summary of working group , Rapporteur Professor Riitta Pyykkö, University of Turku
Policy measures supporting the internationalisation of the 3rd cycle degrees , Chair Mr. Ilkka Turunen, Finnish Ministry of Education
Summary of working group , Rapporteur Dr. Rósa Gunnarsdóttir, Iceland Ministry of Education
3. Researcher career and best practices
Skills development as a part of the career development for doctoral candidates and younger researchers in Europe, Chair Ms. Karoline Holländer, The European Council for Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers (EURODOC)
Summary of working group , Rapporteur Dr. Mikko Taipale, Whitehead Institute, MIT
Outcomes of the seminar and future steps perceived , Dr. Robert Wagenaar, University of Groningen
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