PhD Seminar with Grants Available

About the Summer School
Video for the Summer School, Introduction, Languages
Teaching Curriculum
Teaching Approach, Subjects, Lecturers, Calendar & Schedule
■ Doctoral Seminar with 4 PhD Grants
Deadline for applying for the PhD grants is 1st July
■ Scholarships for Refugees and #refYOUgees campaign
Application for Refugees and Crownfunding
■ Extracurricular Activities
Visits to the European Institutions, Evening Debates & Other Events, Networking Events
■ Practical Information
Facilities, Certificate, Admission Requirements, Registration Fees, Coordination, Contact
Application Form
Please apply before July 1st 2020

A PhD Seminar with grants available will be organised during the 2020 Summer School. You can find all relevant information in the PhD seminar flyer.

The PhD Seminar is aimed at researchers in law but applications are welcome from researchers dealing with legal aspects of political science or international relations. The sessions are held in English, but may be organised in French upon request. As the PhD Seminar is only open to those who are participating in the entire programme of the Summer School, selected doctoral researchers must register for the Summer School and pay the PhD students’ fee. The PhD Seminar provides an additional 10 to 15 hours of special sessions reserved exclusively for the selected participants.

Four grants are available on the basis of academic record and financial need. The grants cover the Summer School fee (with the exception of the €300 application fee) as well as travel and accommodation costs. As a requirement for receiving the grant, applicants must be willing to provide organisational support to the coordination team during the Summer School. This will not interfere with their full participation in the classes and is a valuable opportunity to meet with the professors

During 2019 Summer School the PhD Seminar offered 12 doctoral researchers the opportunity to individually present their PhD project and receive feedback on the subject, structure and methodology of their thesis from a panel of three Odysseus Network Members from various European universities, as well as from an high-level practitioner attending the Summer School.

The closing date for applications is 1 July 2020.

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