Diversity in Doctoral Education – Technical University of Munich’s (TUM) Perspective

By H.J. Bungartz, K. Offe, and K. Schmidt The context I: Diversity in German higher education and doctoral qualification When looking at the concept of diversity, we have to emphasize that there is no single and universal approach to conceptualizing diversity. In the area of Diversity Management, diversity is often addressed in organizations and companies […]

BEST – beeinträchtigt studieren. Sondererhebung zur Situation von Studierenden mit Behinderung und chronischer Krankheit

A survey published in 2012 documenting German graduate students with disabilities and chronic illnesses. View or download the full survey here. There are also other documents in this series including a brochure and a resource page including academic articles and presentations (some items are paywalled).  Facebook Twitter Linkedin

[Conference Presentation] PhD Agency During Transition: Understanding International PhD Students’ Wellbeing & Socio-Cultural Adaptation Over Time

Slide deck from Trang Mai Tran at the University of Bristol (UK) examining the challenges facing international students as they adjust to graduate education in Great Britain. Tran – SOCIO-CULTURAL ADAPTATION OVER TIME Facebook Twitter Linkedin

[Conference Presentation] The Experiences of Postgraduate Research Students from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Background

Slides from a conference presentation given by Siobhan Lynam, Caroline Lafarge, Raffaella Milani, and Marcia Worrell analyzing the experiences of minority postgraduate students at the University of West London (UK). 2013 – Mission Statement Diversity Facebook Twitter Linkedin

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