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For information regarding your application, research proposal, faculty members available for supervision, requirements re. previous degrees, or similar, see our detailed information in the following sections:
FAQ Admission at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain
Faculty members available for supervision
Doctoral studies in Germany
The Berlin School of Mind and Brain offers:
- A three-year interdisciplinary and structured doctoral program in English with a near-zero drop-out rate.
- Ample opportunities in research, education and training in one of Europe’s largest mind and brain research communities.
- A series of tailor-made, research-related courses (“teaching weeks”) on subjects relevant for interdisciplinary mind and brain research.
- A series of tailor-made scientific soft- and hard-skill courses.
- Access to scientific networks, career development measures, personalized career advice and coaching.
- Assignment of at least two professorial thesis advisors – usually one from the brain sciences and one from the mind sciences, in order to ensure the interdisciplinary impact and support for your work.
- Regular meetings with leading international researchers at scientific meetings and international lecture series in Berlin.
- Research collaboration with master’s students of the two-track program “Mind and Brain”, and with postdoctoral researchers.
- Academic retreats.
- Travel funds for national and international conferences.
- Journal and methods clubs.
- Access to mentoring programs and coaching.
We do not offer:
- Training in psychotherapy - you will not be able to practice as a psychotherapist after completing our program!
This page last updated on: 05 January 2023