First-year assessment – Pilot Study

All faculty-funded PhD candidates are expected to hand in a pilot study for evaluation in their first year. The pilot study is evaluated by the supervisors, an external reader and the director of the Research School. The director of the school decides on the basis of the evaluations whether or not funding for the project will be continued. Since the continuation of the PhD project depends on the quality of the pilot study, the timely completion of the pilot study should be the absolute priority for both the PhD candidate and the supervisors in the first year.

More information on the ASH guidelines for the pilot study can be found via the following links:

Published by  Amsterdam School of Historical Studies

11 September 2017