Promotion of Young Talents

Diverse Exchanges

Multiple Channels for Support

TCDH contributes to the Master's program in Digital Humanities coordinated by the Digital Humanities department, as well as to the interdisciplinary Bachelor's program in “Language, Technology, and Media” with a focus on Digital Humanities, which specifically prepare students for the genuine research questions at the interface of the humanities and computer sciences. We use innovative teaching methods and impart skills that open up excellent career prospects for our graduates. Through the connection to the TCDH, students also gain insights into scientific practice, take on challenging project tasks and make contacts in the science community - learning for life, that is our philosophy.

In addition, we award scholarships to young researchers and participate in international initiatives for scientific mobility through guest lectureships, fellowships and Short Term Scientific Missions​​. The productive exchange with visiting scholars enriches their and our work equally and opens up new perspectives. We convey our expertise in workshops and spring schools or autumn schools to the professional world.

International Exchange at the University of Trier

The Graduate Center (GUT) of the University of Trier also offers individual advice and structured further training opportunities during the doctoral phase by expanding the professional supervision by the doctoral supervisor to include numerous doctoral and interdisciplinary offers. At the Chair of Digital Humanities, Prof. Dr. Christof Schöch, as well as by the Professor of Ancient German Philology / Historical Linguistics, Prof. Dr. Claudine Moulin, a number of PhD projects were supervised.