African Doctoral Academy
Welcome to Stellenbosch University

Previous Schools

Summer 2019

3 - 18 January


Winter 2019

27 June - 12 July



Course 1: Creating a successful dissertation.
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants)
 
Course 2: Preparing for the PhD: A road map for your dissertation    
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants) 
- Dr Nicoline Herman (SU) 
- Dr Marina Joubert (SU) 
 
Course 3: Introduction to quantitative research design and methodology
- Prof Tim Guetterman (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA).
 
Course 4: Introduction to qualitative research design and methodology
- Prof Wayne Babchuk (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA) ​

Course 5: The productive PhD: creating structure, gaining clarity and overcoming blocks
- Prof Sebastian Kernbach (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland)
 
Course 6: Writing and publishing an article during the final phases of the PhD 
- Dr Ruth Albertyn (SU)
- Dr Christel Troskie-de Bruin (SU)

Course 7: Doctoral supervision for novice supervisors
- Prof Jan Botha (SU) 
- Prof Leslie Swartz (SU) ​

Course 8: Essentials for "R" - an introduction
- Prof An Carbonez (KU Leuven, Belgium)

Course 9: Ethics for real world research within a range of settings 
- Prof Catherine Comiskey (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) (new)
 
Course 10: Grant writing fundamentals 
- Ms Riana Coetsee (SU)
 
Course 11: Project management principles: Planning and Execution for your PhD
- Dr Joubert van Eeden (SU)

Course 12: Fundamentals of publishing 
- Prof Leslie Swartz (SU)

Course 13: Fundamentals of instrument and questionnaire design
- Prof Sarah Howie (SU)

Course 14: Design and analysis of experimental data
- Prof Catherine Comiskey (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) (new)
 
Course 15: Mixed methods in research design
- Prof Tim Guetterman (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)
 
Course 16: The digital scholar
- Prof Wim van Petegem (KU Leuven, Belgium)
- Dr JP Bosman (SU)
 
Course 17: Effective scientific communication: presenting a poster, planning an article, and giving an oral presentation
- Prof John Creemers (KU Leuven, Belgium)
- Ms Vicky Davis (SU)

Course 18: Introduction to SPSS
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)  
 
Course 19: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Dr Lauren Wildschut (SU)

Course 1: Creating a successful dissertation.
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants)
 
Course 2: Preparing for the PhD: A road map for your dissertation    
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants) 
- Dr Nicoline Herman (SU) 
 
Course 3: Introduction to Quantitative research design and methodology
- Prof Tim Guetterman (Creighton University, Omaha, USA).
 
Course 4: Introduction to SPSS
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)

Course 5: Introduction to Qualitative research design and methodology
- Prof Wayne Babchuk (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA) ​
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Course 6: Writing and publishing an article during the final phases of the PhD 
- Dr Ruth Albertyn (SU)
- Dr Christel Troskie-de Bruin (SU)

Course 7: Confident public speaking 
- Ms Vicky Davis (SU, Presenter & Producer, Media Coach) (new)

Course 8: Turning your Masters thesis into journal article(s): Learning by doing 
- Prof Josephine Musango (SU) (new)

Course 9: Good research practice: Research ethics and beyond 
- Prof Catherine Comiskey (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)

Course 10: Project management principles: Planning and Execution for your PhD
- Dr Joubert van Eeden (SU)

Course 11: Grant writing fundamentals 
- Ms Riana Coetsee (SU)

Course 12: Doing case study research: Discourse, design and direction 
- Prof Peter Rule (SU) (new)

Course 13: Design and analysis of experimental data
- Prof Catherine Comiskey (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)

Course 14: Teaching in the digital world: The use of blended active learning strategies
- Prof Wim van Petegem (KU Leuven, Belgium) (new)
- Dr JP Bosman (SU)

Course 15: Intersecting Qualitative with Mixed Methods research: Design and implementation
- Prof Wayne Babchuk (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA)
- Prof Tim Guetterman (Creighton University, Omaha, USA)

Course 16: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Prof Brigitte Smit (UNISA)​​

Course 17: Doctoral supervision for novice supervisors
- Prof Jan Botha (SU) 
- Prof Leslie Swartz (SU) ​







Summer 2018

4 - 19 January

Winter 2018

2 - 13 July


Course 1: Creating a successful dissertation.
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants)
 
Course 2: Preparing for the PhD: A road map for your dissertation    
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants) 
- Dr Nicoline Herman (SU) 
 
Course 3: Introduction to quantitative research design and methodology
- Prof Tim Guetterman (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)
 
Course 4: Introduction to qualitative research design and methodology
- Prof Wayne Babchuk (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA) ​
 
Course 5: Essentials for "R" - an introduction
- Prof An Carbonez (KU Leuven, Belgium)
 
Course 6: Advanced qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Dr Susanne Friese (Max Planck Institute, Germany)
 
Course 7: Introduction to SPSS 
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)
 
Course 8: Writing and publishing an article during the final phases of the PhD 
- Dr Ruth Albertyn
- Dr Christel Troskie-de Bruin (SU)
 
Course 9: Doctoral supervision: A theory-based and practical course for new and experienced supervisors
- Prof Jan Botha (SU) 
 
Course 10: Grant writing fundamentals 
- Ms Riana Coetsee (SU)
 
Course 11: Project management principles: Planning and Execution for your PhD
- Mr Joubert van Eeden (SU)
 
Course 12: Mixed methods research design
- Prof Tim Guetterman (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)
 
Course 13: The productive PhD: Applying innovative thinking in research
- Prof Sebastian Kernbach (University of St Gallen, Switzerland)
 
Course 14: Scientific article writing for novice writers in the life sciences
- Dr Maarten Ghequire (KU Leuven, Belgium)
 
Course 15: Effective scientific communication: Presenting a poster, writing an article, and giving an oral presentation
- Prof John Creemers (KU Leuven, Belgium)
- Ms Vicky Davis (SU)
 
Course 16: The Digital Scholar: Using emerging and multimedia technologies to further your research and teaching projects
- Prof Wim van Petegem (KU Leuven, Belgium)
- Dr JP Bosman (SU)
 
Course 17: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Dr Lauren Wildschut (SU)
 
Course 18: Intermediary SPSS - Between a novice and an expert
- Dr Nelius Boshoff (SU)  
Course 1: Creating a successful dissertation.
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants)

 Course 2: Preparing for the PhD: A road map for your dissertation
-Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants)
 -Dr Nicoline Herman (SU)

 Course 3: ​Conducting original research in unique multicultural and multilingual settings (new)
 -Dr Mike Fetters (University of Michigan)

  Course 4: Introduction to quantitative research design and methodology
-Prof Tim Guetterman (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)

 Course 5: Introduction to qualitative research design and methodology
 -Prof Wayne Babchuk (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA)

 Course 6: Introduction to SPSS
-Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)

 Course 7: Essentials for "R" - an introduction
 -Dr Koen Plevoets (KU Leuven, Belgium)

Course 8: Grant writing fundamentals
 -Ms Riana Coetsee (SU)

 Course 9: The systematic review (new)
-Dr Lara Skelly (SU)

 Course 10: Project management principles: planning and e​​xecution for your PhD 
 -Dr Joubert van Eeden (SU)

 Course 11: Introduction to the design and execution of real world experimental and intervention studies (new)
-Prof Catherine Comiskey (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)

 Course 12: Intersecting qualitative with mixed methods research, design and implementation (new)
 -Prof Tim Guetterman (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)
-Prof Wayne Babchuk (University of Ne​braska, Lincoln, USA)

 Course 13: Designing, doing and publishing Case Studies
-Prof Michael Gibbert (Universita' della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland)

 Course 14: The digital scholar
-Prof Wim van Petegem (KU Leuven)
-Dr JP Bosman (SU)

 Course 15: Doctoral supervision for novice supervisors
-Prof Jan Botha (SU)

Course 16: Writing and publishing an article during the final phases of the PhD (Closed)​
-Dr Ruth Albertyn (SU)
-Dr Christel Troskie-de Bruin (SU)

Course 17: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
-Prof Brigitte Smit (UNISA)

Summer 2017

9 - 20 January

Winter 2017

26 June - 7 July 

Course 1: Intro to Qualitative Data Analysis with ATLAS.ti, Version 8
- Dr Susanne Friese (QuaRK Inst, Germany)

Course 2: Writing and Publishing an Article-Advanced article writing workshop
- Dr Ruth Albertyn (SU)
- Dr Christel Troskie-de Bruyn (SU)

Course 3: Preparing for the PhD - a Roadmap for your Dissertation
- Prof Susan Van Schalkwyk (SU)
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants)

Course 4: Doctoral Supervision
- Prof Jan Botha (SU)

Course 5: The Start-to-Finish Guide to Research Projects for new Life and Agri-Scientists (new)
- Prof Jan Paeshuyse (KU Leuven, Belgium)

Course 6: Introduction to SPSS
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)

Course 7: Interviewing and Qualitative Data Analysis
- Prof Max Bergman (University of Basel, Switzerland)

Course 8: Intermediary SPSS – Between a novice and an expert
- Dr Nelius Boshoff (SU)

Course 9: Designing a Mixed Methods Research study
- Prof Tim Guetterman (University Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)

Course 10: Scientific Communication: Article Writing and Giving Oral Presentations
- Prof John Creemers (KU Leuven, Belgium)
- Ms Vicky Davis (SU)

Course 11: The digital scholar: Using emerging and multimedia technologies
- Prof Wim Van Petegem (KU Leuven, Belgium)
- Dr JP Bosman (SU)

Course 12: Trans-Disciplinary Research Methods, Focus on food and sustainability 
- TsamaHub (SPL, SU)

Course 13: Curriculum Development and Pedagogical Learning For delegates in Education Studies
- Prof Aslam Fataar (SU)

Course 14: Methodology in Biomedical Research (new)
- Prof Przemko Tylzanowski (KU Leuven, Belgium)
 


Course 1: Mixed Methods Research Design: A practical introduction to Mixed Methods Research
- Prof Tim Guetterman (University Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)​

Course 2: Essential tools for “R” – an introduction
- Prof Koen Plevoets (Flames, KU Leuven, Belgium)

Course 3: Preparing for the PhD - a Roadmap for your Dissertation
- Prof Susan Van Schalkwyk (SU)
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants)

Course 4: Designing, doing and publishing Case Studies
- Prof Michael Gibbert (University of Lugano, Switzerland)

Course 5: The Digital Scholar: Using emerging and multimedia technologies to further your research and teaching projects
- Prof Wim Van Petegem (KU Leuven, Belgium)

Course 6: Becoming a University Lecturer: Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
- Prof Magda Fourie-Malherbe (SU)
- Prof Eli Bitzer (SU)
- Dr Sonja Strydom (SU)

Course 7: Writing and Publishing an article during the final phases of the PhD
- Dr Ruth Albertyn (SU)
- Dr Christel Troskie-De Bruin (SU)

Course 8: Designing and Implementing Qualitative Research
- Dr Wayne Babchuk (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA)

Course 9: The Productive PhD – Creating structure, gaining clarity and overcoming blocks
- Dr Sebastian Kernbach (University of St Gallen, Switzerland)

Course 10: Doctoral Supervision: Theory-based and Practical Course for New and Experienced PhD Supervisors
- Prof Jan Botha (SU)

Course 11: Introduction to Qualitative Data Analysis with ATLAS.ti (Version 8 *new)
- Prof Brigitte Smit (UNISA)

Course 12: Introduction to SPSS
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)
 




Summer 2016

11 - 22 January

Winter 2016

​27 June -  8 July

Course 1: Comparative research designs and methods
- Prof Dirk Berg-Schlosser (Phillips University Marburg)

Course 2: The art of scientific writing - Writing a proposal, paper, dissertation or thesis in an attractive and efficient manner
- Dr Claudius van de Vijver (Wageningen University, Netherlands)
- Dr Joy de Jong (Wageningen University, Netherlands)

Course 3: Preparing for the PhD
- Prof Susan van Schalkwyk (SU)
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants)
- Selene Delport (SU)

Course 4: Writing and publishing an article during the course of the doctorate
- Dr Ruth Albertyn (SU)

Course 5: Inter-disciplinary doctoral supervision
- Prof Alice Pell (Cornell University, USA)

Course 6: Introduction to SPSS
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)

Course 7: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Dr Lauren Wildschut (SU)

Course 8: Interviewing and qualitative data analysis
- Prof Max Bergman (Basel University, Switzerland)

Course 9: Communicating your research to policy makers, funders and the wider audience
- Ms Riana Coetsee (SU)
- Dr Marina Joubert (SU)
- Ms Vicky Davis (SU)

Course 10: Doctoral supervision
- Prof Jan Botha (SU)

Course 11: Survey methods and sampling
- Jan Vorster (SU)

Course 12: Transdisciplinary research methods
- TsamaHUB (SPL, SU)

Course 13: Statistics and data analysis with SPSS
- Dr Nelius Boshoff (SU)

Course 14: Advanced qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Dr Susanne Friese (QuARC, Germany)

Course 1: Action Research for Development
- Dr M. Ngaiza (University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)

Course 2: Teaching and Learning Higher Education
- Prof Eli Bitzer (SU)
- Prof Magda Fourie-Malherbe (SU)
- Dr Sonja Strydom (SU)

Course 3: Preparing for the PhD
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants)
- Prof Susan van Schalkwyk (SU)
- Dr Ruth Albertyn (SU)​

Course 4: Introduction to ATLAS.ti - Version 7
- Dr Brigitte Smit (UNISA)

Course 5: Curriculum Knowledge Selection and Pedagogical Justice
- Prof Aslam Fataar (SU)

Course 6: Intro to SPSS
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)

Course 7: Mixed Methods in Research Design
- Prof Tim Guetterman (University of Michigan, USA)

Course 8: Leading a Research Project
- Prof Desjardins (Polytechnic Montreal)

Course 9: Writing and Publishing an Article during the Course of the Doctorate
- Dr Ruth Albertyn (SU)
- Dr Christel Troskie-de Bruin (SU)

Course 10: Doctoral Supervision
- Prof Jan Botha (SU)

Course 11: Designing, Doing and Publishing Case Studies
- Prof Michael Gibbert (Lugano University, Switzerland)

Course 12: Transdisciplinary Research
- TsamaHub (SPL, SU)





Summer 2015

12 - 23 January

Winter 2015

​29 June - 10 July

Course 1: Preparation and research design for a research or PhD project
- Prof Max Bergman (University of Basel)
 
Course 2: Introduction to SPSS 
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)
 
Course 3: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Dr Lauren Wildschut (SU)
 
Course 4: Doctoral supervision for inter-disciplinary research
- Dr Alice Pell (Cornell University, USA)
 
Course 5: Interviewing and qualitative data analysis 
- Prof Max Bergman (University of Basel)
 
Course 6: Basic statistics and data analysis using SPSS
- Dr Nelius Boshoff (SU)
 
Course 7: Advanced qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Dr Susanne Friese (QuaRC, Germany)
 
Course 8: Survey methods and sampling 
- Mr Jan Vorster (SU)
 
Course 9: Doctoral supervision
- Prof Jan Botha (SU)
 












 
Course 1: Considerations and planning for your research project: Preparing for the PhD
- Prof Susan van Schalkwyk (SU)
- Dr Sylvia Croese (SU)
- Dr Layla Cassim (ERS Consultants)
 
 Course 2: Introduction to SPSS
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)
 
Course 3: Designing, doing and publishing case studies
- Prof Michael Gibbert (University of Lugano)
 
Course 4: Doctoral supervision
- Prof Jan Botha (SU)
 
Course 5:  Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Prof Brigitte Smit (UNISA)
 
Course 6: Becoming a university lecturer - Teaching and learning in higher education
- Prof Magda Fourie-Malherbe (SU)
- Prof Eli Bitzer (SU)
 
Course 7: Transdisciplinary research methods
- Presented in collaboration with the TsamaHUB, (SPL, SU)
 
Course 8: Basic statistics and data analysis using SPSS
- Dr Nelius Boshoff (SU)
 
Course 9: Efficient & effective academic development
- Dr. Claudius vande Vijver (Wageningen University)
- Dr Barend van den Broek (Wageningen University)
 
Course 10: Writing and publishing an article during the course of the doctorate
- Dr Ruth Albertyn (SU)
 
Course 11: Advanced qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Dr Susanne Friese (QuaRC, Germany)​  ​

Summer 2014

13 - 24 January 2014

Winter 2014

23 June - 4 July

 
Course 1: Methodological preparation for your PhD
- Dr Johann Mouton (SU)

Course 2: Research designs in the social sciences 
- Prof Max Bergman (SU)

​Course 3: Introduction to SPSS 
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)

Course 4: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Dr Lauren Wildschut (SU)

Course 5: Case study research
- Prof Werner Patzelt (Technical University Dresden)
 
Course 6: Survey methods and sampling
- Mr Jan Vorster (SU)
 
Course 7: Basic statistics and data analysis using SPSS
- Dr Nelius Boshoff (SU)
 
 Course 8: Advanced qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti
- Dr Susanne Friese (QUARC, Germany) 
 
Course 9: Grounded theory 
- Prof Werner Patzelt (Technical University Dresden)
 
Course 10: Interviewing techniques and analyses
- Prof Max Bergman (University of Basel)
 
Course 11: Certificate course for doctoral supervisors
- Dr Johann Mouton (SU)
 
 
Course 1: Research designs in the social sciences 
Dr Johann Mouton (SU)
 
Course 2: Introduction to SPSS 
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)
 
Course 3: Using ICT for PhD studies 
- Various presenters, (SU)
 
Course 4: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 
- Dr Lauren Wildschut (SU)
 
Course 5: Academic writing skills
Language Lab (SU)
 
Course 6: Certificate course for doctoral supervisors 
Dr Johann Mouton (SU)














Summer 2013

14 - 25 January

Winter 2013

24 June - 5 July

 
Course 1: Research designs in the social sciences 
- Dr Johann Mouton (SU)
 
Course 2: Introduction to SPSS 
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)
- Dr Nelius Boshoff (SU)
 
Course 3: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 
- Dr Lauren Wildschut (SU) 
 
Course 4: Introduction to survey methods and sampling
- Mr Jan Vorster (SU)
 
Course 5: Comparative research designs and comparative methods - an overview
- Prof Dirk Berg-Schlosser (Philipps University Marburg)
 
Course 6: Introduction to multivariate statistics
- Prof Bernhard Kittel (University of Vienna)
 
Course 7: "No real gap": Epistemological foundations of qualitative and quantitative research
- Prof Werner Patzelt (Technical University Dresden)
 
Course 8: Designing, doing and publishing Case Studies 
- Prof Michael Gibbert (University of Lugano)
 
Course 9: Evaluation Research 
- Dr Johann Mouton, (SU)
- Dr Lauren Wildschut (SU)
 
Course 10: Basic statistics and data analysis using SPSS
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)
- Dr Nelius Boshoff (SU)
 
Course 11: Advanced qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 
- Dr Susanne Friese (QUARC, Germany)
 
Course 12: Interview techniques and analyses 
- Prof Max Bergman (University of Basel)
 
Course 13: Multiple regression analysis: diagnostics and specifications
- Prof Bernhard Kittel (University of Vienna)
 
Course 14: Qualitative Comparative Analysis
- Prof Dirk Berg-Schlosser (Philipps University Marburg)
 
Course 15: Doing grounded theory – based on observation, interviewing, and evidence from documents
- Prof Werner Patzelt (Technical University Dresden)
 
 
Course 1: Methodological preparation for your PhD
- Dr Johann Mouton (SU)
 
Course 2: Introduction to SPSS
- Dr Cindy Lee Steenekamp (SU)
 
Course 3: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 
- Dr Lauren Wildschut (SU)
 
Course 4: Basic statistics and data analysis using SPSS 
- Dr Nelius Boshoff (SU)
 
Course 5: Designing, doing and publishing Case Studies
- Prof Michael Gibbert (University of Lugano)
 
Course 6: Academic Writing Skills 
- Writing Lab (SU)
 
































Summer 2012

9 - 20 January

Winter 2012

25 June - 6 July

 
Course 1: Methodological preparation for your PhD
- Johann Mouton, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 2: Introduction to SPSS 
- Cindy Lee Steenekamp & Nelius Boshoff, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 3: Interview techniques and analyses 
- Max Bergman, University of Basel, Switzerland
 
Course 4: Advanced Qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 
- Susanne Friese, Qualitative Research and Consulting (QUARC)
 
Course 5: Basic statistics and data analysis using SPSS 
- Cindy Lee Steenekamp, Stellenbosch University
- Nelius Boshoff, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 6: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 
- Brigitte Smit, UNISA 
 
Course 7: Introduction to survey methods and sampling 
- Jan Vorster, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 8: Epistemological approaches to the social sciences 
- Johann Mouton, Stellenbosch University
 

 
Course 1: Methodological preparation for your PhD 
- Johann Mouton, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 2: Introduction to SPSS 
- Cindy Lee Steenekamp, Stellenbosch University 
- Nelius Boshoff, Stellenbosch University 
 
Course 3: Interview techniques and analyses 
- Max Bergman, University of Basel, Switzerland
 
Course 4: Advanced Qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 
- Susanne Friese, Qualitative Research and Consulting (QUARC)
 
Course 5: Basic statistics and data analysis using SPSS 
- Cindy Lee Steenekamp, Stellenbosch University
- Nelius Boshoff, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 6: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 
- Brigitte Smit, UNISA 
 
Course 7: Introduction to survey methods and sampling 
- Jan Vorster, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 8: Epistemological approaches to the social sciences 
- Johann Mouton, Stellenbosch University
 

Summer 2011

17 - 28 January

Winter 2011

27 June - 8 July

 
Course 1: Comparative research design and configurational comparative methods 
- Dirk Berg-Schlosser, Philipps University Marburg
 
Course 2: Multiple regression analysis 
- Kittel – Carl von Ossietzky, University of Oldenburg
 
Course 3: Mixed-methods design 
- Max Bergman, University of Basel
 
Course 4: Basic course on quantitative data analysis using SPSS 
- Nelius Boshoff, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 5: Introduction to research designs in the social sciences 
- Johann Mouton, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 6: Comparative survey design 
- Cautres, CEVIPOF, Paris
 
Course 7: Causal Analysis in Social Research: Cross-case and Case Study Approaches 
- John Gerring, Boston University
 
Course 8: Impact evaluation design 
- Louw, University of Cape Town
 
Course 9: Qualitative data analysis with Atlas.ti 
- Brigitte Smit, University of Johannesburg
 
Course 10: Epistemological paradigms in the social sciences 
- Johann Mouton, Stellenbosch University
 
 
Course 1: Methodological preparation for your PhD 
- Johann Mouton, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 2: Introduction to SPSS 
- Cindy Lee Steenekamp, Stellenbosch University 
- Nelius Boshoff, Stellenbosch University 
 
Course 3: Interview techniques and analyses 
- Max Bergman, University of Basel, Switzerland
 
Course 4: Advanced Qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 
- Susanne Friese, Qualitative Research and Consulting (QUARC)
 
Course 5: Basic statistics and data analysis using SPSS 
- Cindy Lee Steenekamp, Stellenbosch University
- Nelius Boshoff, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 6: Introduction to qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti 
- Brigitte Smit, UNISA 
 
Course 7: Introduction to survey methods and sampling 
- Jan Vorster, Stellenbosch University
 
Course 8: Epistemological approaches to the social sciences 
- Johann Mouton, Stellenbosch University
 





Autumn 2010 15 - 18 March ​

 
Module 1: Research designs in the social sciences 
- Presented by Johann Mouton
 
Module 2: Ethnography and critical ethnography 
- Presented by Elbie Henning
 
Module 3: Introduction to programme evaluation 
- Presented by Johann Louw
 
Module 4: Basic course on qualitative interviewing methods 
- Presented by Lauren Wildschut - Stellenbosch University
 
Module 5: Epistemological paradigms in social research
- Johann Mouton - Stellenbosch University