The University of Copenhagen Law School is currently inviting applications from eligible candidates for a number of fully funded Doctoral positions – in International Law and Military Operations (InterMil), the courts are supervised by highly qualified academics and provide an excellent opportunity to research contemporary legal issues in an intellectually stimulating environment.
Unusually, this PhD position is offered in collaboration with the Royal Danish Defense College (RDDC). The PhD will be assigned a co-supervisor from the RDDC and will be expected to split his/her time between the two institutions.
Scholarship Sponsors: University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Host institutions: University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Scholarship Worth: Full Financing
Number of awards: enough
Level of education: PhD
nationality: Domestic & International Students
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PhD Scholarship in International Law & Military Operations | DETAILS
The PhD scholarship is fully funded and paid. The position can start in December this year. The start date is negotiable. The PhD will be part of the wider doctoral program offered by the School of Law. The goal of the PhD program is threefold: to prepare candidates for a continuing career in teaching and research. train a new generation of scholars to produce high-quality independent research; and equip them with the analytical and problem-solving skills required for a successful career in both the public and private sectors.
Applicants seeking the University of Copenhagen PhD Scholarship in International Law & Military Operations in Denmark, applicants must meet the following requirements:
- The award is available to both domestic and international students.
- Applicants must have obtained a degree corresponding to the Danish Master of Laws degree, which is a second-cycle degree of 120 ECTS (two years of full-time study), based on a 180 ECTS degree (three years of full-time study), or equivalent qualifications. Applicants with a master’s degree from outside Denmark will be assessed by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science in order to determine whether the Master’s degree is equivalent to a Danish master’s degree.
- Applicants must have obtained a minimum overall grade point average of 8.2 or higher at Master’s level according to the Danish grading scale (for Danish grading scale, see here ).
- Candidates can apply before completing their master’s degree. Master’s degree must be earned prior to start date.
- Applicants must demonstrate capacity for research through meritorious evaluation of their final thesis, publications or academic recommendations in order to demonstrate that they are capable of undertaking the demanding task of writing a PhD thesis.
- Applicants must have excellent English language skills and excellent communication skills. Applicants must be able to teach at an academic level in Danish or English and take doctoral courses in English.
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How to apply: Successful candidates are invited to apply through online application form. After the deadline for submission of applications, the Associate Dean for Research will pre-select the PhD applications that will proceed to the evaluation stage following the recommendation of the Selection Committee. Applicants are pre-selected for further assessment against the Faculty’s recruitment needs as outlined in this job advertisement. Applicants are advised to have the following documents ready (see detailed instructions on the official application page) before starting your online application:
- Research project proposal
- CV (maximum 2 pages)
- Diplomas and transcripts
- Grading scale
- letter of interest
- Documentation of English level
- Submit your application online in English.
Application deadline: Not set