The Graduate School for the Humanities aims to be a vibrant social, educational, and intellectual community for humanities researchers at the start of their (scientific) careers. We train PhD candidates to conduct research that is both scientifically excellent and socially relevant, and we provide them with the support they need to develop world-class research skills and complete their PhD projects on time. This community consists mainly of PhD candidates, but also of Research Master students and postdocs.
The Graduate School for the Humanities unites the graduate programmes of the three research institutes in the Humanities at Radboud University:
- Centre for Language Studies (CLS)
- Radboud Institute for Culture & History (RICH)
- Research Institute for Philosophy, Theology & Religious Studies (PTRS)
All PhD candidates who conduct research at one of these institutes are automatically registered as members of the Graduate School for the Humanities.
Becoming a PhD candidate at the GSH
To become an internal PhD candidate at GSH, view our PhD vacancies.
Are you interested in an external PhD trajectory at one of our institutes? Please get in touch via gsh [at] ru.nl (gsh[at]ru[dot]nl).