The LEAD Graduate School & Research Network at the University of Tübingen is an international, interdisciplinary research and training program on education (Learning, Educational Achievement, and Life Course Development).
PhD students and postdocs from the following research fields: Biology, Computer Sciences, Economics, Education Sciences, Empirical Educational Research, Language and Linguistics, Mathematics, Physics, Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Psychology, Sociology, and Sport Sciences.
The LEAD Graduate School aims at fostering outstanding doctoral research on education-related issues and at maintaining the highest standards at all levels of academia: through instigating interdisciplinary research and providing supportive thesis supervision, professional career building, and smooth administrative services. Important elements of the LEAD strategy include master’s programs that prepare for a doctorate within LEAD as well as postdoctoral programs.
LEAD also aims at contributing to the relevance and responsibility of educational research by further developing existing structures in this research area.
With an innovative and interdisciplinary approach and in close cooperation, doctoral students, postdocs and professors within LEAD focus on seven key questions on teaching and learning, which are equally relevant for science and practice.
- LEAD Lecture Series
- LEADing Research Center
- Cooperation Program “Schools & Research”
- Intramural Project Funding
Funded by the Ministry of Science, Research and Arts Baden-Württemberg as part of the sustainable financing of the projects of the Excellence Initiative II