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Editorial: Structuring Doctoral Education

The number of doctoral candidates is increasing worldwide. There has been an increase of more than 60 % in the number of new doctoral graduates in the EU alone over the period 2000 to 2011) (EC, 2014). Students come from a broader mix of entry pathways, educational, occupational, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, creating a more diverse doctoral student body. The doctorate is also evolving and diversifying. Just as research is increasingly inter-connected – crossing discipline, sector, institutional and national boundaries – we see increasing numbers of joint and group supervision, either where individual universities or faculties are seeking multiple bilateral strategic partnerships with other universities nationally and inter-nationally at the level of doctoral education, or in multi-institutional consortia. [...]

Ein Beitrag von Alexandra Bitusikova, Lucy Johnston, Brigitte Lehmann, Rebekah Smith McGloin und Lucas Zinner

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Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Hochschulentwicklung ZFHE Jg.12 / Nr.2 (Juni 2017)