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Interdisciplinary and Cross-Domain Doctoral Programme in Jagiellonian University Doctoral School in the Humanities


   The Faculty of Humanities

   Tuesday, August 30, 2022  Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About the Project

The Doctoral School in the Humanities at the Jagiellonian University offers each accepted candidate a scholarship for the entire training cycle (approx. EUR 700 before the mid-term evaluation, and approx. EUR 900 afterwards). The Jagiellonian University does not charge tuition fees.

In addition, the Doctoral School offers various forms of financial support for raising research and scientific qualifications necessary to continue a scientific career in the country and abroad, supporting doctoral students in international and interdisciplinary activities.

In her/his research work, a doctoral student may cooperate with the highly qualified and most outstanding academic staff from the Jagiellonian University and from other universities, including foreign ones. Most of our researchers have regular international collaboration with very prestigious academic institutions. It is up to the doctoral student to decide who is his / her supervisor.

Programme description/ Graduate’s profile:

Interdisciplinary and Cross-Domain Doctoral Programme within UNA Europa Heritage Doctorate scheme is for those who are interested in multidisciplinary research, specifically in the field of broadly understood heritage. The Programme enables access to researchers from the different Jagiellonian University units, very flexible schedule, and possibility to get PhD from one of the human science discipline.

The principle aim of the Programme is to enable the development of projects which break with well-established research patterns and paradigms, thanks to collaboration with great minds from within and outside the Jagiellonian University.

The Interdisciplinary and Cross-Domain Doctoral Programme is aimed at candidates who deal with interdisciplinary issues in their doctoral projects or wish to pursue them within a number of methodological paradigms. The main features of the Programme are flexibility and responsiveness to the research needs of the candidate, who can take full advantage of collaboration with researchers from different departments of the Jagiellonian University as well as experts from outside the Jagiellonian University.

Details of the Programme:

https://human.phd.uj.edu.pl/en_GB/dla-doktorantow/programy-doktorskie/interdyscyplinarny

For whom/Entry requirements: A person with a master's degree, master's degree in science or equivalent obtained in any field as well as a person with a bachelor degree (check additional requirements).

How to apply: https://human.phd.uj.edu.pl/en_GB/dla-kandydatow/rekrutacja-trybzwykly

Language: Polish and English


Funding Notes

Education at the Jagiellonian University Doctoral Schools is free. Each PhD student receives a scholarship in the amount set by law or more, depending on the source of funding. In addition, each PhD student may apply for funding for the implementation of his doctoral project.
The minimum scholarship, which is awarded to each doctoral student admitted to the school, is:
· Before the mid-term evaluation (by the end of the 24th month) - PLN 2,779,40/EUR 632 (including insurance costs).
· After mid-term evaluation (from 25 or 26 months) - approx. PLN 4,281,77/EUR 974 (including insurance costs).

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