A doctorate is an independent research project, in which the doctoral student is supported by a supervisor. It consists of two parts: completion of a dissertation or doctoral thesis (comprehensive academic paper) presenting the research methods and results; an oral examination. Both parts must be completed successfully to obtain a doctoral.
International Applicants. You want to study at JGU? We are very happy about that! Due to the current situation, the Student Service Center is closed to the public until further notice. During service hours we are available by telephone via the Student Service Hotline or by e-mail (see Contact). Currently, enrollment is only possible by mail. There are no personal office hours. You can find up.
Obama Dissertation Prize Each year, the Obama Institute for Transnational American Studies at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany awards the Obama Dissertation Prize for outstanding Ph.D. work in the field of transnational American studies.Additional information about this page. Page-Name:Studying at JGU Last Update:3.June 2019.Research Database, University of Mainz. 2016: Facility Statistics: Publications: 52: Doctoral Theses: 1: Research Projects: Project leader: Prof. Dr. Tobias Bopp.
She has been a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Edinburgh (2002-2003) and Humboldt-University Berlin (2003-2007), and a professor at Goethe-University Frankfurt (2007-2014). Since 2014, she is a full professor at Humboldt-University Berlin, heading the logic in computer science group. She was awarded the GI-Dissertationspreis 2002.Read More
Overview rare structures: Links are to overview pages of the structures if available! strange SER formation pigment epithel cell (monkey) similar structure of the same cell (monkey) mitochondrium of saccular-type (rat) multilamellar body (rat) Weibel-Pallade body (human) anular lamellae Lamellae anulatae (rat) peroxisome synaptic body: synaptonemal complex (rat) Macrotubuli aggregati (human.Read More
Mainz University - Welcome Center for International Researchers, Mainz (Mainz, Germany). 462 likes. The Welcome Center is the central point of contact for international researchers at Johannes.Read More
As an international student who is coming to Mainz for one or more semesters you are at exactly the right spot here. A semester abroad is exciting but it is also connected to a huge amount of work and organisation. We would like to help you with that. We believe finding a place to stay in the foreign country is one the first and most important things to worry about. Not to worry - we're here.Read More