The Graduate School Experimental Plant Sciences (EPS)

FAQs

FAQs2018-09-27T13:40:36+01:00
Where can I find support when I am facing a problem at work?2019-06-12T11:12:09+01:00

If you are a PhD candidate and feel that you would like to talk about your PhD trajectory with somebody outside your own work environment, please do not hesitate to contact the confidential PhD advisor for EPS, Susan Urbanus, or find local support at your university here. If you have doubts about whether the issue is big enough, please remember that it is easier to solve an issue when it is still small.

If you are a supervisor of a PhD candidate and are experiencing problems in the supervision of your PhD candidate, please do not hesitate to contact the confidential PhD advisor for EPS Susan Urbanus or find local support at your university here. If you have doubts about whether the issue is big enough, please remember that it is easier to solve an issue when it is still small.

If you are a postdoc and are experiencing a problem at work, please find local support at your university here. If you have doubts about whether the issue is big enough, please remember that it is easier to solve an issue when it is still small.

In case of problems in relation to academic integrity, please find the Netherlands Code of Conduct for Research Integrity and university-specific support information and guidelines here.

How can I request a EPS certificate?2019-06-17T08:40:12+01:00

The form to request the EPS Certificate can be found in your TSP file as the sheet ‘Request Certificate’. Both you and your promotor need to sign and date this request, after which you can scan it and then send the PDF file to Heleen Schoenmaker. Please cc your promotor in this e-mail.
A full description of what is needed to request a certificate can be found here.

How can I register as a new PhD candidate?2018-11-26T12:01:50+01:00

For registration as a new PhD candidate of the Graduate School Experimental Plant Sciences (EPS) the following information needs to be provided:

1) Individual Training and Supervision Plan (TSP) Part A first day of PhD period

2) Individual Training and Supervision Plan (TSP) Part B within 3 months after start

3) PhD project proposal within 3-6 months after start

4) A ‘passport-like’ photo – within 3 months after start

For a more detailed description of how to register click here.