The international Ph.D. in Human Rights and Global Politics: Legal, Philosophical and Economic Challenges gives you the opportunity to carry out research in a lively and supportive environment.
Sant’Anna School is an Italian top multidisciplinary research university with an international reputation for the quality of its research and teaching. According to the Times Higher Education, in 2019 Sant’Anna ranked 1st in Italy. It attracts top academics and students from all over the world, resulting in a vibrant and cosmopolitan academic community.
The goal of this three-year Ph.D. Programme, entirely delivered in English, is to provide an educational path which will enable participants not only 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 Programme addresses the issue of Human Rights and Global Politics, and is characterized by a strongly interdisciplinary approach. It includes the following research areas:
Candidates are expected to submit research projects which deal with at least two of the research areas above (the main research area and a complementary one). The research project will include:
- the title of the research;
- scientific premises and relevant bibliography;
- purpose and expectations of the research (research question, etc.);
- research methodologies;
- description of the interdisciplinary nature of the research (taking into consideration the disciplines involved in the Programme).
Further details on the application procedure here: https://www.santannapisa.it/sites/files/annex_to_the_call_phd_human_rights_and_global_politics.pdfContinue reading
|Title||Fully-funded Ph.D. positions in Human Rights and Global Politics: Legal, Philosophical and Economic Challenges|
|Employer||Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna|
|Job location||Piazza Martiri della Libertà, 33, 56127 Pisa|
|Published||May 5, 2020|
|Application deadline||June 4, 2020|
|Job types||PhD  |
|Fields||Public Law,   Politics,   Human rights,   International Law,   Environmental Law,   Social and Political Philosophy,   Political Economy,   Science, Technology and Environmental Politics,   International Relations,   |