PROJECT RESULTS - TRAINING

YEBO! Training Session 3

The 3rd YEBO training session was hosted by Stellenbosch University, South Africa, from 24-28 June 2019. It was labelled “Developing a toolbox for managing international collaborative PhD programmes”. The toolbox is constituted of several presentations and tools developed by the partners during this 3-day workshop, emerging from the exchange of good practices and challenges faced. All of them are available and can be downloaded below.


YEBO 3rd training session introduction, by Peter Meissner (UCT), Simone Guccione (UM) and Dorothy Stevens (SU)


Template: Agreement for joint supervision of doctoral studies, by Coimbra Group


Template: Agreement for joint supervision of doctoral studies, by Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena


Challenges related to international collaborative programmes in Europe, by Dr Gunda Huskobla (Coimbra Group)


Handling international collaborative programmes at Cape Peninsula University of Technology – status quo, needs and challenges, by Zinzi Nkalitshana (CPUT)


Handling international collaborative programmes at Central University of Technology – status quo, needs and challenges, by Refliwe Moleyane (CUT)


Handling international collaborative programmes at Friedrich Schiller University Jena – status quo, needs and challenges, by Dr Gunda Huskobla (Coimbra Group)


Handling international collaborative programmes at University of Cape Town – status quo, needs and challenges, by Peter Meissner (UCT)


Handling international collaborative programmes at Ghent University – status quo, needs and challenges, by Dr Charlotte Cailliau (Ghent University)


Handling international collaborative programmes at University of Montpellier – status quo, needs and challenges, by Simone Guccione (UM)


Handling international collaborative programmes at University of the Western Cape – status quo, needs and challenges, by Monique Heystek (UWC)


Academic Administration Essentials – Building blocks for approving and administering collaborative degrees, by Karen van Heerden, Karen Wienand and Tracy Goslar (UCT)


Policy Framework and international issues on the way of internationalizing PhD studies, by Caroline Ojwang (UCT)


Project/agreement management essentials, by Julie Nadler-Visser (UCT), Peter Meissner (UCT), Gunda Huskobla (Coimbra Group), Emmanuelle Picard (UM) and Charlotte Cailliau (Ghent University)


A student’s view of the advantages/disadvantages of international collaborative PhD programmes, by Matthew Jason Mayne (Stellenbosch University)


An academic’s view of the advantages/disadvantages of international collaborative PhD programmes, by Anish Kurien (TUT)


An experience on PhD supervision, by Damien Jourdain (CIRAD)


Preparing and equipping supervisors towards excellent supervision in the context of joint/collaborative international PhD, by Jan Botha (Stellenbosch University)