Each activity is awarded a given number of credits, as defined by the graduate school you are attending. Most graduate schools require PhD students to maintain a “logbook” detailing all the different activities and courses undertaken. Each graduate school sets the number of credits awarded for each activity. For information purposes only, please see the indicative list in the ULB PhD regulations.
The purpose of doctoral training is to consolidate your specialist skills within your discipline, and to enable you to develop transferable skills that are attractive to both the academic and private sectors.
The programme (60 credits) is developed flexibly by the supervisory committee. Its content varies according to the needs of each PhD student, and it is built around three complementary disciplines:
The 60 credits from the doctoral training entitle you to a Research training certificate that must be provided when submitting your thesis.