PhD Positions at AASS Learning Systems Lab of Örebro University, Sweden
We are looking for three PhD candidates at the AASS Learning Systems Lab of Örebro University, Sweden. The respective positions will address the following topics:
Postgraduate Scholarships and Bursary Awards in the Field of Minerals and Mining disciplines by IOM3 in UK-2011
Study Subject: Minerals and Mining disciplines
The Institute awards a number of scholarships and bursaries in the minerals and mining disciplines, as detailed below. Preference for these is given to Institute members, and for the Centenary Scholarship, Student Membership of the Institute is a requirement.The Institute judges the applications received for each award in respect of academic excellence and scholarship. The application must therefore specify academic ability. Candidates merely seeking assistance for financial hardship will not be considered.
The Leiden Institute for Area Studies ( is committed to the integration of disciplinary and regional-historical perspectives. LIAS has as its aim the advancement of teaching and research of Area Studies at Leiden University and in the wider academic community. LIAS comprises the Schools of Asian Studies (SAS) and Middle Eastern Studies (SMES). Area specializations in SAS include Chinese, Japanese, Korean, South & Southeast Asian and Tibetan Studies. LIAS staff have disciplinary expertise across the humanities and the social sciences.
Starting September 2011 (or earlier if the candidate is available) LIAS has available four full-time (38 hrs), four-year Ph.D. positions in the University’s profile area “Asian Traditions and Modernities” (AMT) that is coordinated by Professors Frank Pieke, Jan-Michiel Otto, Patricia Spyer, and Nira Wickramasinghe.
Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law offers PhD Scholarship for National and International Applicants
Study Subject: Criminal Law and Criminology
Employer: Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law
The doctoral student will carry out his or her studies mainly in Freiburg under the supervision of Professor Roland Hefendehl at the Institute for Criminology and Corporate Criminal Law at Freiburg University: He or she will participate in the training program offered by the IMPRS-REMEP and can make use of the facilities and infrastructure of the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law. The interdisciplinary curriculum further requires participation in several joint seminars to be conducted together with the doctoral students who are affiliated with the IMPRS-REMEP partner institutes in Halle/Saale, Heidelberg and Frankfurt/Main. During these seminars, all students shall achieve cross-disciplinary knowledge in order to develop a common understanding of the overall research agenda and to be able to mutually understand and discuss their doctoral theses from the perspectives of all relevant disciplines. Working language of the training program and the dissertation is generally English. According to local university regulations, German language skills are required for the final oral exam in sociology and also partly in law. The scientific supervision of the doctoral students will be carried out by the Max Planck Institute and the University of Freiburg. Cross-disciplinary dissertation projects may be co-supervised by a member of the academic staff from a partner institute. Also, foreign doctoral students may choose to earn their doctorate from their home institution abroad.
Scholarships for excellent students from all countries. Study in Holland.
Target group: Master’s degree, Bachelor’s degree , PhD degree
Purpose: Study, Research
Field of study: All
Eligible candidates: excellent results in all your previous studies, in the top 5% of students in your study or research programme
Value and purpose of grant : a monthly allowance of € 1,380 euros (this includes a standard contribution towards healthcare insurance), visa fees (standard contribution), a generous contriburion towards tuition fees or towards bench fees for the PhD thesis, a one -off payment towards international travel costs (standard contribution based on country of origin)
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