Doctoral Procedures in the Department of Political and Social Sciences
The following pages have been designed on the one hand for (prospective) doctoral candidates and on the other hand for (potential) supervisors, reviewers or further members of a doctoral commission who do not submit a written assessment. We would be grateful if you were to view the doctoral procedure also from the perspective of the other involved parties and would welcome your ideas.
Information for Doctoral Candidates will provide you with
- chronological descriptions of both the individual and the structured doctorate
- the requirements a cumulative doctoral thesis has to meet
- an introduction to the conflict counselling in our department
- a list of frequently asked questions
rules and regulations for the Dr. phil/Ph.D and the Dr. rer. pol./Ph.D.
On Information for Commission Members you will find information on the role of
- second assessors and
- further members (i.e. those who do not submit a written assessment) of doctoral commissions,
the criteria for their appointment as well as their rights and duties in a doctoral procedure.
News:Defenses of doctoral theses may take place per video conference(Webex), in person or in a hybrid format, provided all involved parties agree with the chosen format.