The Sandbjerg Summer School in Global History provides PhD students with an invaluable chance to reflect on these opportunities and challenges and share their own experience of doing global history. Each student will prepare a paper of 5000 to 7000 words for pre-circulation, and then introduce it at the School. A small panel comprising senior scholars and fellow PhD candidates discusses every paper individually for at least forty-five minutes. This format ensures that each presenter not only receives detailed feedback on their own work but also acquires experience in commenting on other speakers’ work. Lecturers and course participants also participate in round table discussions, thereby providing further opportunities to build experience and share expertise. The Sandbjerg residential summer school is the perfect setting for these exchanges and ensures that students form new associations with scholars from other European countries, which is helpful for their future careers.