PHD PROGRAMME IN “Diversity Management and Governance”
THE CALL FOR APPLICATIONS OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA IS NOW AVAILABLE!
The PhD Programme
The International PhD Programme in “Diversity Management and Governance” is a new three-year English-taught programme jointly launched by the University of Bologna, the University of Graz, the New Bulgarian University of Sofia and the University of Primorska.
1. History and politics
How to Apply
Applicants must submit the following documents in .pdf format via email at the address firstname.lastname@example.org no later than November 30, 2009:
1. Application form
2. Research project structured with background, research presentation, methodology, expected results (between 2,000-5,000 words)
3. CV in English
4. Diploma/Degree Certificate (plus English translation)
5. Proof of knowledge of English (TOEFL or equivalent, diploma from a UK or US university etc.)
6. Two letters of recommendation
7. Transcript of university records (plus English translation)
Please note that application can only be accepted if sent to the
above-mentioned email address.
The Selection Committee is composed of the responsible coordinators in each partner university. The research project will be a key component of the decision since the project implies the identification of an appropriate supervisor by the academic coordination board. The final decision on the acceptance of an application is taken by the responsible coordinator in each partner university for the respective applications.
Candidates assessed as eligible at University of Bologna shall enrol by January 15, 2010.
Tuition Fees & Scholarships
Tuition fees vary depending on the university of enrolment. Students enrolled at the University of Bologna will have to pay approx. € 600,00 per year (if they do not hold any scholarship), or approx. € 35,00 per year (for scholarship holders).
The University of Bologna offers three study grants of about 13.600,00 € per year to eligible candidates in the first 3 positions of the ranking list.
Furthermore, candidates are strongly invited to check the possibility for grants offered by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs through its Embassies abroad and Italian Institutes of Culture. The University of Bologna can offer enrolment to three students holding a scholarship from their home government, the Italian one or other Institutions.
Students applying at the University of Bologna are recommended to strictly follow the requirements as set in the call for applications in Italian.
For additional information contact Ms Dessislava Krasteva (email@example.com)