Doctoral supervision

The course is open for staff at Lund university who supervise, or will supervise, doctoral students. Supervisors outside Lund university can also apply provided their students are admitted to doctoral education at Lund university. The course meets Lund university's requirement for supervisor training and is equivalent of the courses for prospective docents given at LTH and the Faculty of science. The course is given in English. The number of participantsis limited to 24.

Classroom meetings are comprised of lectures, discussions and sharing of experiences. Between meetings, five assignmentsshould be completed. The course deals with the supervisor role, student learning, and the pedagogy of supervision. Other examples include rules and regulations, local circumstances and policy, equal opportunities, power and ethics.

Scheduled meetings

7 September, 9.15-12.00

5 October, 9.15-15.00

19 October, 9.15-12.00

16 November, 9.15-15.00

2 December, 9.15-12.00

21 January 2021, 9.00-16.00

The meetings take place at AHU in room O104, MNO-huset, Sölvegatan 16, Lund.

Course syllabus

Contact

Eva Brodin, AHU (course leader)

Anders Sonesson, AHU

 

OBSERVERA

På grund av COVID-restriktionerna är AHU:s kurser för HT 20 planerade som distanskurser. Om restriktionerna lyfts kan vissa kurser eller moment komma att ges i sal istället. Information om eventuella förändringar kommer att skickas ut till alla anmälda

Due to COVID-restrictions, AHU’s courses for this autumn will be given as distance education. If the restrictions are eased, some courses or modules may be given on campus instead. Applicants will be informed on any changes.

ABOUT THE COURSE

Language: English

Scope: Two weeks of full-time work

Charge for admission: Lund university employees 7.800 SEK 

Application: You apply to the course no later than 8 June2020 by way of the educational coordinator or equivalent person at your faculty. Limited number of admission places. Teachers from outside Lund university can apply for the course and will be admitted due to available places. The number of participants is limited to 24.

 

APPLICATION 

Submit your application to your faculty contact.