Grading of the application documents
On the basis of the application documents, the Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Research Network (IPN) decides on the admission to the GSAH/SINTA.
The grading options are as follows:
- accepted with admission requirements/conditions
Michael Toggweiler informs the applicants and hands over the approved application file to the program Studies in the Arts (SINTA).
Subsequent administrative process if positive decision reached:
Below are the subsequent steps of the enrolment procedure:
- Invoicing and collection of tuition and semester fees; access data for the Campus Account (username and initial password) and other information will be sent.
- After the fees have been paid, you will receive the UNICARD, if you have never studied an the University of Bern beforethat. You will receive a certificate of registration which will be valid for one semester as well (Fall semester: 1.8.-31.1.; Spring semester 1.2.-31.7.).
- At the latest 3 months after the decision of the Collegium Decanale, the Doctoral agreement is due, signed by both supervisors and the doctoral student.