We accept applications for the Doctoral Programme in Governance until 31 January 2020 for candidates starting in September 2020.
The Hertie School is part of a vibrant research hub in the heart of Berlin and closely cooperates with leading doctoral programmes in Europe. It offers doctoral education in the social sciences in an international and multidisciplinary setting. Working together with distinguished faculty or in affiliation with one of our Centres of competence, our doctoral researchers pursue answers to today’s social, political, legal and economic challenges. Rigorous academic training, close supervision and institutional support, and the opportunity to develop professional skills prepare our PhDs for leading academic and non-academic careers.
We are interested in applications from candidates with an exceptionally strong master’s degree (or equivalent) in economics, law, political science, sociology, public administration, management, or related fields. The master's degree should be completed before entering the programme. We especially encourage women and international candidates to apply.
Key selection criteria are the thematic fit of the dissertation proposal with the research agenda of the Hertie School’s faculty or Centres of Competence (Centre for Digital Governance, Centre for Fundamental Rights, Centre for International Security, Jacques Delors Centre), the applicant’s academic performance and references, and the overall motivation.
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|Title||12 PhD scholarships at the Hertie School|
|Job location||Friedrichstraße 180, 10117 Berlin|
|Published||December 6, 2019|
|Application deadline||January 31, 2020|
|Job types||PhD  |
|Fields||Public Law,   Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations,   Sociology,   Politics,   Media Law,   Civil Law,   Conflict Processes,   Human rights,   Women and Politics Research,    and 52 more. State Politics and Policy,   Jurisprudence,   Commercial Law,   Administrative Law,   Socioeconomics,   Procedural Law,   Legal History,   International Law,   Gender and Law,   Financial Law,   Constitutional Law,   Labour Law,   Environmental Law,   Corporate Governance,   Corporate Law,   Criminal Law,   Digital Law,   European Law,   Nordic Law,   Property Law,   Comparative Democratization,   Comparative Politics,   Foreign Policy,   Foundations of Political Theory,   Health Politics and Policy,   Information Technology and Politics,   International History and Politics,   International Security and Arms Control,   Legislative Studies,   National Politics,   Political Communication,   Political Economy,   Political Methodology,   Political Networks,   Political Organizations and Parties,   Political Psychology,   Political Science Education,   Political Theory,   Politics and History,   Politics, Literature and Film,   Public Administration,   Public Policy,   Race, Ethnicity and Politics,   Representation and Electoral Systems,   Science, Technology and Environmental Politics,   Urban Politics,   Social Research,   Management,   Business Economics,   Contract Law,   Tax Law,   International Relations  |