Departmental Doctoral Seminars

Beyond the regular courses, PhD students of the Doctoral School are expected to attend research seminars organized by their units.

The Department of Political Science, the Department of International Relations, and the Department of Public Policy all organize departmental seminars where members of the faculty and PhD students present and discuss their new research findings. All doctoral students are expected to present at the Departmental Seminar (or, if the supervisor agrees, at another research seminar organized within the School) at least twice before submitting their dissertation for defense.

In addition to attending the departmental seminars, PhD students are also encouraged to participate in the research meetings organized by the School, by the research centers affiliated with the School, and by the voluntary student-faculty workshops.

You can find more information about the departmental seminars on the websites of the three units:

Department of Political Science

Department of International Relations

Department of Public Policy