IMAPP employs on average 75 PhD candidates. Every research department has room for their own PhD candidates. IMAPP is committed to provide excellent supervision and support to each candidate. For open job opportunities, check out the Vacancies page.
On this page you can find information about the PON PhD Organisation Nijmegen, Research Data Management, and Doctorate Regulations for PhD candidates.
PON PhD Organisation Nijmegen
The PhD Organisation Nijmegen or PON is the consultative body for all PhD candidates at the Radboud University and Radboud UMC in Nijmegen. PON is managed by Nijmegen PhD candidates and is your first contact point for all matters related to doing your PhD. More information can be found on the website of PON PhD Organisation Nijmegen.
Research Data Management
The Research Data Management (RDM) policy helps to make conscious decisions about research data and keeping data safe. It also encourages open science and enables the reuse of data. Each research institute of Radboud University has further elaborated its own RDM policy and how the RDM requirements, findability and accessibility, can be met. Researchers should consult the IMAPP RDM policy (pdf, 44 kB) and, if needed, contact the institutional data steward, which for IMAPP is Andrew Levan.
The doctorate regulations contains guidelines for obtaining a doctorate at Radboud University. Every PhD candidate at Radboud University must comply with the Doctorate Regulations.