Doctoral Programme in Political and Social Sciences 2023 is open for International Students . The scholarship allows PhD level programm(s) in the field of Political Science, Social Sciences taught at The European University Institute (EUI) . The deadline of the scholarship is expired at 31 Jan 2023.
Doctoral Programme in Political and Social Sciences 2023 is a fully funded scholarship for post graduates who want to pursue their research career in political and social sciences. The European University Institute is an international postgraduate and post-doctoral teaching and research institute and an independent body of the European Union with juridical personality. It is located in Fiesole, Italy. EUI's researchers study the important issues of our time that the social science can uniquely address, with Ph.D. opportunities across politics and comparative politics, political theory, international relations, and sociology. Their active faculty, and strong cohort of Ph.D. researchers and post-doctoral scholars, creates a stimulating environment for study. By covering key fields across the political and social sciences within one department, EUI enables cross-disciplinary research conversations to take place, meaning ideas and research findings are easily shared and discussed further.
The EUI is committed to providing equitable and inclusive conditions for all candidates and is keen to attract, encourage and retain a diverse and highly qualified community of scholars.
Doctoral Programme in Political and Social Sciences 2023 is available to undertake PhD level programs at The European University Institute (EUI).
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
To qualify for national funding, you must meet the specific requirements set by the national funding authorities. These may include conditions with regard to your nationality, residence, degree and its time of award. For an overview of the specific funding conditions, eligibility criteria and application instructions, please visit the information page of each relevant funding authority.
In the EUI online application form, you will be asked to select at least one and up to three funding options: Only indicate those for which you have a valid reason to believe you are eligible and for which you wish to apply. If you are eligible for more than one funding programme, you will be considered for admission under each programme; in case of admission, you will receive funding from one programme only, based on the decision taken by the EUI selection committee and communicated to you on the admission offer.
The application for admission to the EUI doctoral programme is automatically an application for national funding, with the following exceptions: Greece, Portugal, Slovenia. If you apply for funding from one of these countries, your application to the EUI can ONLY be accepted if you separately file a mandatory separate application.
Ph.D. Candidates funded by the EUI contracting states receive a monthly scholarship/stipend and do not pay the programme's tuition fees:
Ph.D. Candidates funded by the EUI Associate Member States receive a monthly scholarship/stipend and do not pay the programme's tuition fees, which are covered by the national authorities: Norway and Switzerland.
The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation awards grants to candidates from the following states: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, People's Republic of China (PRC), Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Russian Federation, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine, United States of America (USA). The programme's tuition fees are also covered.
EU Member States: Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Lithuania have not yet signed the EUI Convention. Consequently, there is currently no national funding available for Ph.D. candidates from these countries.
Candidates who are from these countries and who are not eligible for any other funding programme may be admitted on condition they are able to secure external sponsorship.
The EUI earmarks scholarships for candidates who are from countries listed on the EUI Special Doctoral Fellowships page and who are not eligible for any other funding programme.
All other candidates who are not eligible for any funding programme may be admitted on condition they are able to secure an external scholarship.
The Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science offers special EUI Doctoral Grants for Ukrainian candidates who are directly affected by the war in Ukraine.
This scholarship is open to international students.
To apply, click here
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