IMPROVING THE PhD EXPERIENCE
Streamlining the planning process for PhD’s, supervisors, and management
ResearchPlanner supports the management of PhD processes by providing detailed information for all stakeholders: PhD’s, their supervisors, and administrators. ResearchPlanner was developed in close cooperation with Aarhus University in Denmark, and has since then become the leading and most trusted PhD planning tool in the Nordics. ResearchPlanner is currently expanding into other European regions.
Focus on PhD students
The PhD management system gives universities full control over the entire PhD process, while providing detailed information on the researcher’s progress. It removes the administrative burden, while structuring all information and communication in an easy and clear manner. With full control over the process, you are able to focus on what really matters: the PhD students and their research.
‘The smart thing with ResearchPlanner is that it makes the PhD status very transparent for the PhD student, and actually all the way to the management’
Professor Kell Mortensen, chairman of the PhD Committee at SCIENCE faculty, Copenhagen University
Offers full flexibility to facilitate any PhD process. We develop our roadmap in co-creation with universities.
Supports local PhD regulations ISAE3402 & ISO27001 certified Integrated GDPR modules
As a SaaS solution provider we offer a range of support agreements fitting for your size of university.
Our implementations are based on best practices and regional templates, reducing implementation time.
At the same time, the flexibility of the platform allows for any adjustment needed for your specific situation.
Our experienced consultants will guide you step by step to your end goal: a configuration that perfectly fits your processes.
“Our experience with ResearchPlanner as a flexible and highly configurable PhD management system, supports not only the processes from application to the final stages of a PhD study, but also meets the changing demands of the future.”
IT architect, Aarhus University