Training courses

The doctoral school offers several types of training courses which aim to deepen the doctoral student's training and prepare him/her for his/her career after the thesis. Doctoral students must complete 100 hours of training during the preparation of the thesis, with the following breakdown:

    40 hours as part of cross-disciplinary training (site doctoral college, UBL doctoral school, including compulsory training in research ethics and scientific integrity)
    60 hours as part of the training provided by the doctoral school and by the research units on which the doctoral school is based. Certain disciplinary training may give rise to an equivalence, to be requested via Améthis upon justification.

Full-time salaried doctoral students (excluding doctoral contracts) may request a waiver of half of the hours. To do so, the doctoral student must send a handwritten request to the director or deputy director of the Doctoral School of his or her institution, including the opinion of the thesis director and a justification for this request.

The full table of credits is appended to the internal regulations of the ED.

FIND YOUR TRAINING COURSES ON AMETHIS

DESCRIPTION OF ED ALL TRAINING COURSES
MANDATORY COURSES

  •     Training in research ethics.  It is provided by the Pôle de Rennes, but may be accessible in the form of MOOC (massive online courses).
  •     Inception meeting  (within your university)
  •     A professional integration module
  •     Disciplinary training courses organised by the doctoral school
DISCIPLINARY TRAINING COURSES ORGANISED BY ED ALL
Deepen your knowledge in your area of expertise

 

EQUIVALENCIES

Get your training or your skills recognised
        Due to the health situation, many scientific events cannot take place or have moved online: the doctoral school invites doctoral students to take advantage of this opportunity to participate in online seminars and courses.
        To find out the dates and conditions for validation, see the list here (and the agenda).

 

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY TRAINING COURSES

Consolidate or broaden your skillset through introductory courses to management, career development, entrepreneurship, etc.

To find out more about doctoral skills (and promote them in your doctoral portfolio)

  •     Official framework: Decree of 22 February 2019 defining the skills and competences of doctoral candidates and registering the doctorate in the national register of professional certification
  •     ANSES: a summary of skills developed during the doctorate.

CONTACT

Catherine LE BERRE - 02.99.14.11.33

catherine.leberre@univ-rennes2.fr