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Habilitation/Post-Doctorate

Habilitation/Post-Doctorate

Upon request or by submitting an application, the Rectorate has the right to confer teaching authorization and qualifications (venia docendi) in an entire academic/scientific subject area. The requested teaching authorization must be in a field offered at the university. Venia docendi applications can be submitted on an ongoing basis.

The criteria list Requirements for Habilitation at the Faculty of Medicine at the Johannes Kepler University Linz (JKU) includes the minimum requirements that applicants must fulfill in order to complete a habilitation procedure at the JKU's Faculty of Medicine, in compliance with § 103 of the 2002 Universities Act and the section on the Habilitation procedure in the JKU's currently valid version.

Non-Binding Examination
 

DI Dr. Sandra Posch, BSc. BSc. (On Leave)
Mag. Marlene Eder

Office Hours
 

Wednesdays 2:00-4:00 PM
(Make an appointment in advance)

or by appointment

The Vice-Rector for Medicine offers a formal examination of the documents for all habilitation candidates seeking a habilitation qualification in a medical subject based on the JKU's habilitation regulations and criteria. The results can then be presented during a non-binding consultative discussion. The pre-requisite is that all examination information be disclosed and accessible. The Formblatt Hilfestellung für die Prüfung der formalen Voraussetzungen einer Habilitation should help you provide the required information and/or help to initially assess your performance (in relation to the criteria) yourself.

To evaluate the quality of scientific/academic publications, use the respective journal's impact factor. This can be determined either by means of an ISI list or in the absence of access via InCites Journal Citation Reports.

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