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  • Medical School OWL

    Graphic of the building R.1 of the Medical School OWL
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Career development

  • Karriereentwicklung im Überblick

    The Medical School OWL will enable quality-assured scientific qualification for all career stages by means of structured programmes and in this way support young researchers in their scientific and clinical career paths.

  • Promotion

    At the Medical School OWL it is possible to obtain a doctorate/PhD studies (MD, Dr rer. nat. and Dr rer. medic.). You can find all the information you need about doctorate/Phd studies here.

  • Habilitation

    The post-doctoral habilitation serves to formally establish that the applicant has the ability to independently and responsibly represent an academic subject in research and teaching. With the award of the venia legendi, courses may be taught at the Med. OWL within the scope of the teaching authorisation granted. The post-doctoral habilitation office team is available to support post-doctoral habilitation candidates and interested parties with all questions relating to post-doctoral habilitation.

  • Außerplanmäßige Professuren

    APL Award at the Medical School OWL

    As an expression of special recognition of outstanding academic achievements in research and teaching, the Medical School OWL of Bielefeld University may decide to award the title of "Associate Professor" in accordance with Section 41 of the North Rhine-Westphalia Universities Act.

  • Clinician Scientist Programm (CSP)

    A multi-stage Clinician Scientist Programme is intended to enable a continuous, modular scientific and medical career path "from specialist training to professorship".

    The modular Clinician Scientist Programme currently under development includes the following funding lines:

    • Female Clinician Scientist Fellowships
    • Digital Clinician Scientist
  • Ansprechpersonen

    Persons to contact in the area of career development

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