Before, during, and at the end of your PhD you might have many questions. The goal of this page is to help you find answers and to provide links with useful information. The page is ordered in three stages around the PhD timeline: start, during and, finish.
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Academic writing is an essential skill during the PhD studies. Right at the beginning of your PhD, it starts by writing the obligatory PhD proposal. In the following years, you will need to write your papers and finally your PhD thesis.
We encourage students to start writing as early as possible and to help you in the process, we created a whole page on Academic Writing.
Edutools from the University of Basel offers IT (information) for teaching and studies
Project Neptun offers hardware (laptops) and software (e.g. anti-virus) at reduced prices (twice a year) for university students.
The page “family services” of the University of Basel offers a lot of information regarding parenting during your PhD (or academic career in general). For information and advice, you can reach out directly to Patrica Zweifel, deputy head of Diversity.
The “information brochure on parenthood and university” is intended for all employed parents (to-be) and supervisors and sets out important information.
If you’d like to get in touch with other PPHS parents, please write us a message.
Graduation – Administration
What does your faculty expect from you?
To get a certificate of PPHS you have to send your Learning agreement (Faculty of Medicine) or the filled-in Appendix 2I from the Swiss TPH Student Handbook (Faculty of Science) as pdf to email@example.com.