The aim of the course is to provide PhD students with more in depth knowledge about research on how sport can promote integration (e.g. amongst migrants, older adults, disabled individuals and in terms of gender). Furthermore, the participants will get more practical experience on how to prepare manuscripts for publication and will learn about what editors are looking for in the manuscript submission process. Students will also have the opportunity to network with international students and experts. The course provides a space to exchange ideas and knowledge about research methods related to the course topic. The course will enable communication, networking and cooperation among the students and the experts.
- Sine Agergaard (Aarhus University, Denmark)
- Antonis Hatzigeorgiadis (University of Thessaly, Greece)
- Dominic Malcolm (Loughborough University, UK)
- Xavier Sanchez (University of Cumbria, UK)
- Brett Smith (University of Birmingham, UK)
- Anne-Marie Elbe (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Adam Evans (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Gertrud Pfister (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Lectures about sport and integration
- Student presentations of their PhD projects
- Opportunity for individual supervision by the invited experts
- Workshop on publication strategies and how to prepare a manuscript for submission
- A session about careers in academia
- Social program including a boat trip, physical activity and an evening in a pub
The course language is English.
7 – 11 November 2016
Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports
University of Copenhagen
Nørre Allé 51
DK-2200 Copenhagen N
Registration begins 15 April 2016.
Registration deadline is 15 August 2016.
Students will be informed of their acceptance by 31 August 2016.
4 ECTS. Students willing to present their PhD project during the course (30 min. presentation) may be awarded with one additional ETCS point (= 5 ECTS points total).
We have reserved double rooms (shared bathrooms) and single rooms with and without shared bathrooms at Hotel Nebo for students wishing to book accommodation through us.
No fee for PhD students under the Open Market in Denmark and NOVA partners. Other participants who do not book accommodation through us are to pay a course fee of 150 EUR. Each student must pay and arrange their own travel to the course.
Fees for meals / accommodation
- Participants who book their own accommodation: 1,000 DKK including 5 lunches, 4 dinners, coffee breaks, boat trip.
- All participants staying at Hotel Nebo in a double room from 6-11 November including breakfast, lunch and dinner, coffee breaks, boat trip: 2,200 DKK.
- All participants staying at Hotel Nebo in a single room from 6-11 November including breakfast, lunch and dinner, coffee breaks, boat trip: 2,700 DKK.
- All participants staying at Hotel Nebo in a single room with private toilet and bath from 6-11 November including breakfast, lunch and dinner, coffee breaks, boat trip: 3,600 DKK.
- Additional nights can be booked directly through the hotel.
Fees need to be transferred by 15 September 2016.
This PhD course is supported by the Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen.