How do I plan my career? What kind of support is available to doctoral students?
this course we will discuss and
hear expert views on doctoral studies, services available, career
planning, financing, research ethics etc.
Currently this course is arranged twice a year, in periods I and III.
Teachers in Charge: prof Ari Sihvola and prof Vesa Välimäki
Course Coordinator: Marja Leppäharju, email@example.com
Course Assistant: Antti Ojapelto, firstname.lastname@example.org
Various visiting lecturers
In order to pass the course, you need to meet these requirements:
Active Participation in Seminars
- You need to attend all seminars, or attend four and substitute one by doing extra homework. If you have force majeure and miss more than one, please contact the course coordinators to discuss your course.
- Preliminary Assignment, deadline Monday, Sept 25th, 2017 (see Assignments)
- Final Reflection
- Assignment for 3 cr (Do this, if you want 3 credit points)
Admission and RegistrationThis
course is for doctoral students of Aalto University School of
Electrical Engineering. We are sorry we can't take any M.Sc. or B.Sc. students. If you have begun your work towards doctor's degree and filed the application to become a doctoral student in Aalto ELEC, please contact the coordinators.
In order to apply to the course:
- Register in WebOodi and submit your Preliminary Assignment In MyCourses latest on Monday September 25th, 2017
- We will notify shortly after that, whether you were admitted to the course or not, most probably everyone will be admitted
- If you are eligible but didn't fit in, you are placed on a waiting list
- Please be present in time at the beginning of Seminar 1
doctoral students of ELEC that have started their doctoral studies
after August 1, 2015, since this course is compulsory for them
- Other doctoral students of ELEC, we prefer students who are at early stages in their doctoral studies.