Summer Term 2021

Please note that only 'active' doctoral students of the GTC can participate in the courses listed. In case there are more applications than places on a course, ‘active’ doctoral students of the GTC are preferred over students who are still in the process of admission. The latter will be considered in case of vacant places on a particular course. Doctoral students who have not yet passed their admission interviews ('applicants') and guest students from other faculties can participate only in case of vacancies.

 You may also attend courses from our three masters programs. Likewise, you will have to register online through the Alma system. A list to the courses can be found in the Module handbook of each Masterprogram (see in regulations of each program). Very few of them have admission restrictions, though, and are for masters students only. If you have troubles with the registration to the lecture through Alma, please contact us.

Courses indicated as 'Elective' will run throughout the semester and take place once a week. They are specialist courses offered to masters students, however, they might also be of interest to doctoral students working or planning to work in that particular field. 


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Course title
Day, time & location
Type of course

Coding Course

June 14th -18th, 2021



Thursdays at 17.00 starting on 22nd of April 2021

various organized by the Tübingen Neuro Campus

Courses offered by the Graduate Academy of the University of Tübingen

as announced


Scientific Data Visualization

12. – 16.7.2021, online

Prof. Dr. Tobias Kaufmann

Academic/Scientific Writing

Once a week starting from April 19th, 2.00-3.30 pm (See time table below in the description) plus meet&greet on Wednesday, 14 April 1 – 3 pm & Thursday, 15 April, 12.30 – 2.30 pm


Online Courses (Coursera, edX, etc.)



Monday Colloquium (MoKo)

Mondays, time will be announced by the organizer


Neurooncology Tübingen Curriculum

Every 2nd Monday 5-6pm; virtual via Zoom


The Psychology of Magic or how magicians use Bayes to fool us

29.-30.9.2021, 9am-5pm, Zoom Seminar

Pablo Rodrigo Grassi, Julius Frack (magician)