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GSERM Ljubljana 2019 (August 19 – August 30 2019)

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For a third year in a row, we will organize and host doctoral summer school GSERM Ljubljana in cooperation with our Swiss partner institution, University of St. Gallen.

GSERM is a high-quality integrated programme, teaching methodology for master and PhD students, postdocs and researchers. The programme helps participants in mastering advanced methodological skills that empower them to conduct cutting-edge academic research.

This year can participants choose among six intellectually stimulating empirical research courses:

19 – 23 August 2018

  • Analyzing Survey Research Data (Adam M. Enders)
  • Econometrics of Big Data (Christian B. Hansen; Martin Spindler)
  • Experimental Methods for Behavioral Science (Sarah A. Jacobson; Robert S. Gazzale)

26 – 30 August 2018

  • Text Mining (Edward Kwartler)
  • Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis (Amanda Kay Montoya)
  • Qualitative Research Methods & Data Analysis  (Paul Mihas)

All participants have the opportunity to work with faculty and fellow students from all around the world. In addition to interesting courses, participants can choose among number of various social activities that will give them a great opportunity to network with fellow participants outside of classes.

Early bird application is 31 May 2019. Application deadline is 28 July 2019. All participants have to apply here: www.gserm.ch/ljubljana/.

For more information about summer school, please visit website www.gserm.ch/ljubljana/ or send email to gserm@unisg.ch.


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