BUP PhD Training 2023 Application

Available 2023-08-01 – 2023-10-15
Contact person Evan Goss, employed at The Baltic University Programme
This is the registration form for The BUP PhD Training 2023.

This event, including food and accommodation, is free of charge for PhD students studying at a BUP participating university.

All students are responsible for covering their own travel to and from Warsaw, from which a bus will take students to Lodz for the training. Students can of course choose to travel directly to Lodz for the event.

Application for the BUP PhD Training 2023

This is the application form for the BUP PhD Training 2023.

The PhD Students Training that will take place 22-26 November 2023 at Lodz University of Technology, Poland. The participants will have different nationalities and academic backgrounds: Engineering, Social Sciences/Humanities and of Life Sciences/Environmental Sciences. The program of the training includes: lectures, workshops, students’ presentations of PhD work and individual consultancies of PhD work with international experts.

General Information

Name - Required
Email - Required
How do you describe your gender? - Required
Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY) - Required
Country of Residence - Required


Which BUP participating university are you currently studying at? - Required
If none of the above universities are applicable, what is your affiliation?
Name of the degree you are currently pursuing - Required
Which year of your PhD studies are you currently at? - Required
1 2 3 4 4+
What is the name of your department? - Required

Practical Information

Phone number including country code - Required
What are your dietary requirements? - Required
Do you have any allergies that need to be taken into consideration?

English Skills

The PhD Training will be held in English, it is therefore important that applicants have English language proficiency in both spoken and written English.

On what level would you grade your skills in English? - Required
Basic Good Excellent Fluent

Visa Requirements

The PhD training will take place in Poland, which is a part of the Schengen Area, applicants with no access to the Schengen can receive an invitation letter, if accepted to the Master Thesis training.

If visa invitation is needed if accepted, please contact organizers for further information.

Do you need a Schengen VISA invitation to attend the conference? - Required

PhD Information

Preliminary PhD thesis presentation, up to 15 slides. (PPT, PPTX, PDF) - Required
One-page summary of the PhD thesis, incl. title, affiliation, name of supervisor, description of the work included. (DOC, DOCX, PDF) - Required
List of scientific achievements (papers, patents, participation in scientific conferences, courses, trainings, etc.) - Required
CV - Required
Written and signed recommendation by your supervisor including motivation to attend the event - Required


We are looking for new ways to reach students in the Baltic Sea region, therefore we are curious to know where you heard about our Master thesis training. Where did you first hear about the Master Thesis Training? - Required

BUP news on email

You can recieve the latest updates and news directly to your email. We make approximately 1 send out fortnightly, always from our the same address; info@balticuniv.uu.se

Would you like to sign up for BUP news on your email? - Required - Required


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