Course work for PhD students can consist of, for example,
Remember that all courses and other activities from which you get ECTS credits must be listed in MyPhD. Find more info about registration at the bottom of this page.
The mandatory course Introduction to Science Teaching is offered locally at CS (only for computer science students) and centrally at GSNS (for all NAT PhD students). We recommend that you choose the CS version as it is more tailored for the courses taught at the department. Please note, that you have to take both modules.
Also, it is recommendable to complete Introduction to Science Teaching as early as possible in your PhD program.
Dates for the next Science Teaching courses for CS students:
26/1-23 at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-192 (subject to change)
27/1-23 at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-192 (subject to change)
30/1-23 at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-327
1/3-23 at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-327
24/4-23 at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-327
23/5-23 at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-327
17 August at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-192
18 August at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-192
21 August at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-327
19 September at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-327
17 November at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-327
01 December at 12:30-16:30 in room 5335-327
Send an email to Jens Kristian Schou (firstname.lastname@example.org) to sign up. In the e-mail please include; full name, email address, and your AUID.
At the Department of Computer Science most master's courses can also be targeted at PhD students. See the course catalogue. Please note that there are two different procedures when signing up for courses depending on whether the course should be part of the 30 ECTS PhD course programme or the 60 ECTS Master’s programme:
To get course credit (ECTS points) for activities, such as summer schools, journal clubs, or courses from non-Danish universities, send an email to the head of the CS PhD committee Anders Møller containing:
Usually, 1 ECTS corresponds to 25-28 hours of work. After approval, upload the email containing the approval as a PDF to MyPhD.