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Rights & Obligations of the Graduate Academy

As a member of the Graduate Academy, you benefit from the entire range of the Graduate Academy’s qualification program. The program is designed to offer you excellent support in your academic and professional career and in completing your doctoral degree successfully and in time.

We would like to invite you to actively participate in shaping the program. You have the right to vote for representatives who will take part in the forum sessions of the Graduate Academy and represent your interests. If requested, you will receive a confirmation on your participation in workshops or courses. If you have fulfilled the curriculum of the Graduate Academy, you will receive a certificate issued by the Graduate Academy of the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt and a confirmation listing the completed courses and events attended.

In carrying out your work, you will observe the rules of good scientific practice. We welcome a committed and active cooperation, also when it comes to conferences, journal clubs, presentations, excursions etc. which you have organized yourself. If you have registered for a workshop or course, please attend the entire event. If you are unable to attend, please notify the relevant contact at least two weeks before the start of the event. If you wish to receive a certificate issued by the Graduate Academy, please provide proof of your attendance at events of the curriculum by presenting a confirmation of attendance. Please note that it is your personal responsibility to obtain such confirmations of attendance.

Legal information

Research training groups are institutions of the University and must as such be set up by the responsible committees in accordance with university law. Such action requires a resolution of the Presidium in accordance with Section 11 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 10 Basic Rules as well as a subsequent resolution of the Senate in accordance with Section 15 para. 5 sentence 1 no. 4 Basic Rules. All research training groups, irrespective of their funding, must be formally set up in this way. If research training groups are intended to receive third-party funding, it is advisable to obtain the necessary resolutions (subject to granting of third-party funding) in advance before the application is submitted to the sponsor.