Admissions, Recruitments & Tenders
Call for admission to the Phd in Human Rights and Global Politics
Time zone: CEST time (Central European Summer Time)
Title evaluation: June, 26th, 2017
Interview: July, 5th, 2017
The Ranking list will be published by July 31st, 2017
In line with the standards of excellence pursued by the School, the objective of the Ph.D Programme is to provide an educational path which will enable our graduates to carry out sound academic research, but also to undertake professional careers within a wide range of international, national and regional entities, in both the private and the public sectors.
The Ph.D. programme’s structure includes mandatory lectures and research activities, but it also envisages the possibility to attend summer schools and spend research periods abroad, subject to the approval of the Teaching Board. The courses benefit from the theoretical and practical research carried out by faculty members and by numerous partner universities and research institutions. During the three years of the Ph.D, the students work on a research project under the supervision of the faculty members.
At the end of the three-year Programme, the Ph.D students will take a final examination to obtain their Ph.D Degree. During the Ph.D Degree examination, the students will be asked to defend a written dissertation (thesis) before a Board of Experts. The thesis should present the results of an original piece of research of significant scientific value.
For further information:
- 5 with scholarship*
of which 2 reserved for citizens of NON-EU Countries
* The number of positions and scholarships will increase if, prior to the course, additional funds are made available
More information in attachments.