Course schedule

It is possible to register for courses here, if the course is not yet open for registration, it is also possible to klick ‘keep me informed about this course’ to stay updated! 

Courses are free to attend for NIG-members (senior or PhD), if you are not a member, course fees are paid per course. Course fees are 100,- per course (1 day) for participants from member institutions and 150,- for third parties. For seminars (3-5 days) there is a fee of 500,- for participants from member institutions and 750,- for third parties.

Track

Courses

Formulating and answering research questions (5EC)
Application deadline: 17 december 2021 
Instructors: Merlijn van Hulst (Tilburg University), Dimiter Toshkov (Leiden University)
Date: 21-25 February 2022 
Read more about the course here

Classics in Public Administration and Political Science (4EC) 
Application deadline: 28 September 2021
Instructors: Duco Bannink (VU University), Willem Trommel (VU University), Jelle van Baardewijk (VU University)
Date: 26 October 2021 and 2 + 3 March 2022
Read more about the course here

Integrity and responsibility in research and advice (4EC)
Registration for this course is currently closed
Instructors: Berry Tholen (Radboud University), Patrick Overeem (VU university), Hester van de Bovenkamp (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Tom van der Meer (University of Amsterdam), Ringo Ossewaarde (Univeristy of Twente), Marcel Becker (Radboud University)
Date: 14-17 June 2021
Read more about the course here 

Getting it published (1EC) 
Registration for this course is currently closed
Instructor: Zeger van der Wal (Leiden University)
Date: 31 May 2021
Read more about the course here

Data Management (1EC)
To obtain the NIG diploma, participants must follow a course that covers at least 1 EC equivalent on data management. A course on data management may be taken at the local university and will be recognized by NIG. A course on research design or other subjects may cover data management to a sufficient extent. Please consult with the NIG office to verify eligibility of a course.

Collaborative Governance for Innovation (3E)
Instructors: Eva Sørensen (UCL), Jacob Torfing (Roskilde University) & Lieselot Vandenbussche (VU University)
Date: 13-15 April 2021
Read more about the course here

Governance in a Glocal Society (3EC)
Application is closed since this course is completely full
Instructors: Martijn Groenleer (Tilburg University) & Elena Bondarouk (Leiden University)
Date: 28-30 June 2021 
Read more about the course here

Pop-up course on current events (3EC)
Instructors: to be announced
Date: Fall 2021

Doctoral workshop in Comparative Public Administration (2EC)
Application is closed since this course is completely full, it is possible to sign up for the waiting list
This course is offered together with Lausanne and Potsdam and will take place in Lausanne
Instructors: Pirmin Bundi (IDHEAP Université de Lausanne), Sabine Kuhlmann (University of Potsdam), Le-Anh Nguyen Long (Twente University), Isabella Proeller (University of Potsdam)
Date: 22-24 september 2021 
Read more about the course here

Take the Lead (4EC)
Instructor: Karin Lasthuizen (VU university)
Date: 2022 
Read more about the course here

Behavioral Sciences and Public Policy (3EC)
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Instructor: Lars Tummers
Date: 24 November – 26 November 2021
Read more about the course here

Making Science on Politics and Governance Matter: Strategies for ‘Bridging the Gap’ Between knowledge and policy (3EC)
Instructors: Paul ‘t Hart (Utrecht University) & Femke Verwest (Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency)
Date: 13, 19, 20 January 2022 
Read more about the course here

Network Governance (3EC)
Instructors: Erik Hans Klijn (Erasmus University) & Jenny Lewis (University of Melbourne)
Date: Bi-annual course, scheduled in 2022 
Read more about the course here

For NIG PhD members who take the full program, no additional charges apply for a limited number of places in the UU/EUR/UvT/VU Research Master Public Administration and Organisational Science. Per course, a maximum of two participants can be accommodated. Application deadlines are the first of january for courses in the spring semester and the first of july for courses in the fall semester. 

Low control designs: field research (9EC)
Application is closed since this course is completely full, it is possible to sign up for the waiting list
Instructor: Noortje van Amsterdam (Utrecht University)
Date: Fall 2021 (period 1)

Data Analyses: from notes to stories (6EC)
Application is closed since this course is completely full, it is possible to sign up for the waiting list
Instructor: Merlijn van Hulst (Tilburg University)
Date: Fall 2021 (period 2)

Data Analyses: from numbers to stories (6EC)
Instructor: Sjors Overman (Utrecht University)
Date: Spring 2021 (period 3)

High control designs: experiments and surveys (9EC)
Instructors: Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen (Utrecht University), Noor de Boer (Utrecht University)
Date: Spring 2021 (period 4)

These courses are not provided by NIG and additional charges may apply. NIG reimburses a part of the course fees for PhD members who take the full program, and who have participated in three core curriculum courses, subject to conditions.

NIG applied research and consultancy internship

We offer a new flexible, applied research and consultancy internship program, together with a range of partners (confirmed now are Anderson Elffers Felix, Nautus, OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, Significant; one or two more partners are expected). Read more about the possibilities here

Professional academic skills 

NIG can credit non-courses which help you develop general professional academic skills such as organizing panels, editing journals and organizing public impact events, up to a max of 7.5EC. Read more about the possibilities here