The existing Graduate Programs of the participating universities offer students involved in the consortium a variety of theoretical and methodological classes, as well as advanced, in-depth courses, summer and winter schools with top international speakers, research rounds, and lectures by external speakers.
A list of specialized courses at Master’s and PhD level organized by the participating Graduate Programs for PhD students and postdocs working in CID can be downloaded here. If you are interested in following one of the listed courses, please contact the institute involved for availability (follow the link given). Be aware that some of the courses may fill up quickly, so register in time. Also, be aware that additional costs may be involved when following external courses.
The participating programs are:
Erasmus University Rotterdam:
Radboud University Nijmegen:
University of Amsterdam (UvA):
University of Groningen:
- the Brain Center Rudolf Magnus (BCRM)
- the Utrecht Centre for Child and Adolescent Studies (CAS)
- the Department of Methodology and Statistics
- the Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT)
VU University Amsterdam (VU):