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Personal Construct Psychology and Education. However, training and support for supervisors too often remain at a basic level. This article makes the case for the full integration of doctoral supervision training into the strategy of universities, providing supervisors with the support they need to prepare early-stage researchers for a fast-moving world. Articles focus on trending topics in doctoral education and state-of-the-art policies and practices. All views expressed in these articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of EUA Council for Doctoral Education.

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Speakers from Asia, Africa and North America presented our European community with the global dimension of doctoral education. It is at the apex of higher education, research and innovation, but issues around integrity and employability must be addressed for doctoral education to continue to thrive, says Luke Georghiou. In the Upper Rhine region, the universities of Basel, Freiburg, Haute-Alsace and Strasbourg together with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology are breaking new ground in cross-border cooperation. Higher education institutions are responsible for the preparation of current and future generations of doctorate holders who will contribute to enrich the European knowledge area.

Doctoral education involves knowledge acquisition and generation through research and learning, whether structured or not. The role of the doctoral supervisor is, therefore, a key factor in this endeavour. To smooth the transition of doctoral candidates becoming independent researchers on their specialised topic and being capable of helping and contributing to society in the advancement of original knowledge, good guidance, support and coaching are necessary.

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These will be better provided by professionalised doctoral supervisors. The professionalisation of doctoral supervisors and their central role in doctoral education should go beyond basic training courses and, in our view, needs to build on three distinct, mutually-reinforcing conditions.

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Firstly, supervisors need to be made more aware of their multifaceted role in the current knowledge society, including expert, manager, evaluator, coach and mentor. Secondly, they need training to acquire and develop the skills to perform this new, wider role. Thirdly, they require ideas and instruments to enable them to self-manage and continue learning and generating their own doctoral supervision tools as the needs of society continue to shape their role. Developing a complete set of transversal and soft skills involved in the work of doctoral supervisors is essential.

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Furthermore, the recognition of the acquisition of such knowledge, skills and competences by the European Higher Education Area is also fundamental, so the standards for the professionalisation of this task are fully integrated and transferable between, at least, European academic institutions.