All PhD Candidates admitted to the Doctoral Program in Cognitive and Brain Sciences have the same number of compulsory training and research credits to obtain. In preparation for pursuing original research projects, students in the program are encouraged to also enroll in various elective courses during the first two years, including:
- Research Communication
- Achieving Expertise
- Ethics of Research in Neuroscience
- Time Management
- Making the most of your PhD
- Neuroimaging and neurostimulating methods
Other activities include but are not limited to the following:
- Doctoral Student Day
- Lectures and Workshops
- Teaching assistance
- Brown Bag attendance and participation
All courses, assignments, formal activities and research thesis are in English.
For detailed descriptions of each activity and course check out the Student Handbook available in the Download box of the Introduction page of this website.