Below is an overview of the courses/workshops/info sessions, open to PhD students and/or postdocs of the Doctoral School for Health & Life Sciences.
The current overview concerns academic year 2018-2019, as well as the period Oct-Dec 2019. From next year on, the course offer will be presented by calendar year rather than academic year.
As soon as the necessary information is available, you can click the title in order to get more details about content, target group and practical arrangements. All activities are in English, unless explicitly mentioned otherwise.
When registering for an activity, please carefully consider our cancellation & no-show policy.
In the context of this training, UHasselt will either process your personal data internally (internally organized training courses) or pass it on to the training office (external training courses). Your personal data will only be used for purposes related to the training courses for which you register (e.g., intake interview, sending course material, confirmation of your presence, practical agreements, ...).
The processing of your personal data has its lawful basis in the legitimate interest of UHasselt to stimulate the development of junior researchers and to ensure a good skills management.
For more information about the various rights and obligations in the field of privacy, you can always consult our Privacy statement on the intranet. To exercise your rights, you can turn to email@example.com.
Finally, you have the right to make a complaint to the supervisory authority, in Belgium called the Data Protection Authority.
- Overview program 2017 - 2018
- Overview program 2016 - 2017
- Overview program 2015 - 2016
- Overview program 2014 - 2015
Below is an overview of organisations who offer training for researchers. The DS H&LS does not pay the registration fee for these activities and participation in these activities will not automatically be added to your DS portfolio. If you want to add these activities to your DS portfolio, please follow the procedure which is described here.