The European University Institute (EUI) offers four-year fully-funded PhD programmes in Economics, History, Law and Political and Social Sciences. Up to 150 scholarships are available for entry in September 2023, covering tuition and providing a monthly grant.
Our well-structured PhD programmes include closely supervised dissertation work, courses on methods and theory, topical workshops, as well as academic and professional development training.
Over 88% of EUI researchers successfully defend their thesis.
PhD researchers at the EUI enjoy:
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Application deadline: 31 January 2023
To find out more and to apply online before the 31 January deadline, please visit: https://www.eui.eu/en/services/academic-service/doctoral-programme?utm_source=ad&utm_medium=Academicpositions&utm_campaign=campaign&utm_id=PhD2023
About the EUI
The European University Institute is an international postgraduate teaching and research institute. It offers advanced academic training for doctoral and postdoctoral researchers and fosters research in fields that are of particular interest for the development of Europe. The Institute is composed of four departments—Economics, History, Law, and Political and Social Sciences—; the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies; the Max Weber Programme for Postdoctoral Studies; the School of Transnational Governance; and the Historical Archives of the European Union.
Grants and tuition fees for PhD candidates are covered by the national grant-awarding authorities of our contracting states.
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Qualification type: PhD
Location: Florence, Italy
Funding for: EU students, international students
Funding amount: Not specified
Placed on: 1 November 2022
Closes on: 31 January 2023
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