Presenting your research (in English)

Do you want to learn the theory behind presenting? Do you want to present your topic with confidence? Are you interested in learning how to manage stress before a presentation? Then you are suited for this course.

Suitable for: 
PhD students
Start date(s): 
Spring 2020
Time investment: 
4 meetings of 3.5 hours
To be announced
Onderwijsadvies & Training
Fee:  This fee is exempt from VAT
€805,- (UU staff*) / €945,- (other participants)

Online, face-to-face, or blended?

Our course offering can be provided in an online, blended, or face-to-face format. The content below is based on face-to-face contact. Should the course be (partially) provided online, the course will be adapted where necessary to ensure it will fit the online format and results in comparable learning outcomes. Naturally, these adaptations will be done in conjunction with the customer.


This course, which is taught in English, will address the following topics:

  • How to prepare a presentation (determining the aim of the presentation; considering the audience; deciding on content & structure)
  • How to give a presentation (verbal and nonverbal aspects; stress management; audiovisual materials)

Participants will present and will receive extensive feedback; their contributions will also be videotaped. In addition to the course dates, all participants will get the opportunity for an individual meeting with one of the trainers for analyzing the presentations.


Spring 2020, precise dates yet to be determined.


This course represents 0.5 EC.


The maximum number of participants is 8.

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About Educational Consultancy & Professional Development

Educational Consultancy & Professional Development translates academic insights into the daily practice of teaching. As a teaching professional you can come to us throughout the course of your career for training, advice and solutions tailored to your specific teaching-related needs. Visit our website.

* Are you a PhD student at the UU and are you registered in My PhD? Then you may be reimbursed for this course. Please contact your Graduate School about this.