A habilitation is proof of excellent academic qualification and is – depending on the discipline – common in Austria and some other European countries. If you are new to Austria or don’t yet have many mentors or peers familiar with the system, you might have some questions. This info talk intends to be a confidential space where you can get the information you need – and meet others who are in the same boat.
Expert: Stefan Zehetmeier is an associate professor and deputy head of the Institute for Teaching and School Development at the University of Klagenfurt. His qualifications include teacher training (in mathematics and physics), a doctorate (in pedagogy) and a habilitation (in teacher training).
Registration until End of June 2023: postdoc(at)uni-graz.at (you can post your questions already here). Registered participants will receive a fact sheet by the University's legal department to support the discussions in the workshop.
(A basic overview on habilitation regulations & contact points is here.)