Research Management materials

Reports & other publications, useful links

General

Training:

  • TU Berlin Science Management, M.Sc. (in German): continuing education master’s program Science Management/Science Marketing teaches the skills of science management, marketing, and communication

Training resources:

Funding

Internationalization/ University Rankings

Technology Transfer (TT)

TT Training: PraxisUnico courses (UK)

Research infrastructures

Career Development of Researchers (link)

Networking

  • Germany:
    • Netzwerk Wissenschaftsmanagement! e.V. (since 2010). The network engages in the professionalization and public recognition of young experts working in the field of science management at universities and non-university research institutions. It provides a platform for networking, organizes a large annual convention, and co-operates with a wide range of individual as well as institutional partners. 
    • GfHf – Gesellschaft für Hochschulforschung and HoFoNa – Hochschulforschungsnachwuchs, aimed at students, doctoral candidates, post-doctoral researchers as well as academic staff and university professionals or administrators who work, research or are interested in the field of higher education research.
    • FORTRAMA – Das Netzwerk Forschungs- und Transfermanagement e.V.

Organizations

  • HIS-HE – The HIS Institute for Higher Education DevelopmentThe members of the HIS Institute for Higher Education Development are the federal states of the Federal Republic of Germany, represented by the ministerial administration responsible for the affairs of higher education institutions. 
  • DZHW – The German Center for Higher Education and Science Research. It carries out application-oriented empirical research in the field of higher education and the science system (see publications). It sees itself as a partner and service-provider for the world of science and scientific policy. Its research is theory-based and practice-related. The DZHW contributes its research findings to academic discourse; it is part of the scientific community. The data and analyses produced by the DZHW also support policy-makers, higher education institutions and educational management in shaping higher education in Germany and Europe. It provides important information for comprehensive, sustainable, evidence-based higher educational and educational policy.