Two PhD opportunities have become available for prospective students who are looking at undertaking research in Politics, International Relations, European Law and impacts of Brexit. Further details are as follows:
- The DCU School of Law & Government has recently advertised 4 PhD scholarships on any project in Politics, International Relations, Law and European Law. Successful applicants will receive a 4 year tax-free scholarship of €16,400 per annum (with fee waiver). Please note the Deadline is on 31 March 2022 and applications (including a CV, and research proposal), must be addressed to the director of the PhD program, Dr. Alex Baturo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The DCU Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences has recently advertised 4 interdisciplinary PhD scholarship on the topic of “Conflict”, including specifically 1 scholarship for a project on “Brexit’s implications for contested geographical territories with a history of conflict: Northern Ireland, Gibraltar and Cyprus“, which will be co-supervised by myself and Gerry O’Reilly (Associate Professor in the DCU School of History & Geography). Successful applicants in this case will also receive a 4 year tax-free scholarship of €16,400 per annum (with fee waiver). Please note the Deadline is on 19 April 2022 and applications (including a CV, motivation letter and research proposal), must be addressed directly to the Brexit Institute account at email@example.com
We welcome expression of interest from candidates willing to undertake doctoral research on EU law & integration (including, for example, in the field of post-pandemic economic governance, rule of law and fundamental rights, or institutional affairs and defense cooperation) or on Brexit & conflict.
Successful candidates will be closely embedded in the Brexit Institute and its multiple European research & policy projects, which provide a uniquely dynamic and stimulating environment to advance scholarship on the future of Europe.
If prospective applicants would like to discuss ideas about a research proposal with Prof. Federico Fabbrini, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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