End of this page section.

Begin of page section: Contents:

Studierende gehen im Grünen vor dem Hauptgebäude der Uni Graz und unterhalten sich fröhlich miteinander.

Interfaculty doctoral programme in Teaching Methodology

Inter-faculty study programme

University degree

Doctor of Philosophy „PhD“

Start of studies

Winter term 2022/23

Duration of study

6 semesters

Teaching language


type of study programme


About the study programme

The interfaculty doctoral programme in Teaching Methodology facilitates scholarly investigation of questions related to teaching methodology in the context of educational institutions (schools, universities, research centres etc.). The focus is on teaching and learning processes in various different subject areas, with reference to cultural, social, societal, and personal contexts and influences. Doctoral candidates prepare a thesis, tackling new academic questions through independent research work. They extend and intensify their theoretical knowledge, as well as their methodological and interdisciplinary skills.


„A particularly enriching aspect of the doctoral programme in Teaching Methodology is the interdisciplinary discussion and exchange during the annual summer school. This not only gives me a chance to get comprehensive feedback for my work from a wide range of perspectives, but also gives me some insights into the approaches to work and thinking that are used in other subject areas and broadens my (research) horizons in lots of ways.“


Current admission period

Full details of admissions procedures and current deadlines are available on our main page.


Overview of admissions and deadlines

Questions about Doctoral Programmes?

The DocService is happy to help you!

Personal meetings on appointment only.
Halbärthgasse 6/I, 8010 Graz
+43 (0)316 380 - 1212

Send us a message!

Sending message...
Thank you for your message!
We will get back to you as soon as possible.
There was an error sending your message.
Please try again later.

Data protection declaration

End of this page section.

Begin of page section: Additional information:

End of this page section.