Application is now open for the International Ph.D. Position Planning for Urban Blue Justice in Global North and Global South at the University of Amsterdam. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About the University of Amsterdam and Scholarship
A public research university in Amsterdam, the Netherlands is known as the University of Amsterdam (abbreviated as UvA; Dutch: Universiteit van Amsterdam). It is the fourth-oldest academic institution still in existence in the Netherlands, founded in 1632 by municipal authorities, and is ranked among the top 100 universities worldwide.
For the academic year 2023–2024, the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences at the University of Amsterdam is accepting applications for an international Ph.D. position planning for urban blue justice in the global north and global south.
The program’s goal is to aid exceptionally gifted individuals who desire to complete a Ph.D. program at the institution. A notable university known for its academic quality and global perspective is the University of Amsterdam (UvA). UvA focuses on fostering intercultural and job skills through initiatives like mobility programs and an international classroom to fulfill its purpose of preparing students for successful careers in the global labor market.
Details about International Ph.D. Position Planning for Urban Blue Justice in Global North and Global South at the University of Amsterdam:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Scholarship Value: €2541 gross per month
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Ph.D. and Masters
Host Institution(s): University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
The University of Amsterdam will appoint the chosen candidates to the postdoctoral position with a salary that will start at €2541 gross per month in the first year and rise to €3247 in the final year, based on full-time employment and by the Collective Labour Agreement of Dutch Universities. In addition, they provide a generous array of extra perks, such as an 8.3% year-end bonus and an 8% holiday allowance.
International Ph.D. Position Planning for Urban Blue Justice in Global North and Global South – Eligibility Criteria
Applicants are advised to meet the following conditions to be eligible for the International Ph.D. Position Planning for Urban Blue Justice in Global North and Global South at the University of Amsterdam:
- International students from the Netherlands and other nations are also welcome to apply.
- Candidates may apply for the Ph.D. at the Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
- The following requirements must be met by candidates to be considered:
- A (Research) Master’s degree in human geography, urban and regional planning, urban studies, international development studies, or a closely related discipline is required of applicants. Participants having experience in more than one of the aforementioned fields will be given preference.
- The candidates must have earned a Ph.D. in political science or a closely related social science to be eligible for admission.
- Students must submit their results from the following English language proficiency exams: TOEFL PBT – 600, IELTS – 7.0, TOEFL IBT – 100
The university requires the following paperwork from the students:
- A resume with the names and contact information of two references;
- Motivational letter of no more than 750 words;
- In your research statement, you should outline your first approaches to the issue and provide relevant (and workable, given your expertise and talents) proposals. cities in the Global North and South case study (maximum 500 words);
- English writing examples, such as a thesis chapter, book chapter, or assignment.
Application Procedure for International Ph.D. Position Planning for Urban Blue Justice in Global North and Global South
Click the ‘Apply Now’ button on the page to fill out the application form. Do you have any other questions or information requests? Please reach out to:
- Assistant Professor of Governance and Inclusive Development Karen Paiva Henrique may be reached at email@example.com.
- Urban planning assistant professor Dr. Jannes Willems can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also visit the official website for further details.
The Submission Deadline is: 15 August 2023
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