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PhD Graduate School CAPHRI
CAPHRI is known for its comprehensive PhD programme for talented scientists. As a PhD candidate you will carry out a unique and significant individual research project which culminates in the writing of a thesis. Our committed researchers offer high-quality supervision. We have partnerships with a wide range of organisations and institutions in our region and beyond to ensure that the work you do really contributes to the improvement of care and public health.
- Over 400 PhD candidates
- Around 50 conferrals each year
- 40% of our PhD candidates comes from abroad
- A PhD programme at a high academic level
- Transdisciplinary focus
- International partnership networks
- No tuition fees
Our PhD programme
Find out about the possibilities for your development during your PhD trajectory.
Becoming a PhD candidate
Find out how to apply for a PhD at CAPHRI.
Explore our postgraduate courses and find out what CAPHRI has to offer you.
Events for PhD candidates
Sascha Bolt, internal PhD candidate
“My PhD supervision team and CAPHRI give me a lot of room to develop further as a professional.”
Jessica Neicun, external PhD candidate
"I really value the mindset of the people at CAPHRI, the high-quality of the research they conduct and their willingness to help"
Have a look at a selection of the latest CAPHRI dissertations.
A complete overview of CAPHRI dissertations can be found here.
Measuring the effects of HPV16/18 vaccination on HPV positivity and anogenital warts
RL health Inequities and Societal Participation
Tobacco control policymaking in Europe: A tug of war
RL Promoting Health and Personalised Care
Facilitating shared decision making with a patient decision aid for choosing a treatment for multiple sclerosis: guiding stakeholders through a forest of criteria
RL Creating Value-Based Healthcare
A cosmopolitan outlook on health workforce development
Remco van de Pas
RL Health Inequities and Societal Participation
"Ageing in place safely: Lessons learnt from a multi-perspective immersion into the use and non-use of Personal Safety Alerting Devices"
RL Ageing and Lomg-Term Care