How to give a talk

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Description of the course

In the context of a promotion it can happen that you should present your project at the next meeting or at a congress. Surely everyone has given a lecture before...

  • But how does a meaningful structure of a lecture work again?
  • And how do I get my stage fright under control?
  • Which methods help me that my listeners don't fall asleep in the best case?
  • And what should I pay particular attention to when designing my foils?

In this 3-part tutorial we will give you the most important information on this topic. We do some practical exercises and answer your questions.

Target group:

PhD students who would like to improve their presentation skills.

Previous knowledge: 

Good knowledge of English - the course will be held in English!

Number of participants:

10-12

ECTS/teaching units:

1,1 ECTS/ 9h

General information

All courses can only be booked via the Charité's learning objectives platform (link see "Book event" above). The different courses serve to acquire practical doctoral skills.

For a detailed understanding and the concrete application of the individual course contents, it is assumed that the students will independently deal with the taught contents.

You must therefore be able to speak German or English! Otherwise we cannot give you ECTS points for the course.

In the sense of equality, doctoral students with children, relatives in need of care, full-time employees or similar obligations who have problems finding an appointment can contact us by e-mail and we will try to find an individual solution.