Lehmann-Haupt International Doctoral Programme at Ilia State University
Ilia State University was founded in 2006, as a result of the unification of 6 different academic institutes with long and varied histories. Currently, Ilia State University is one of the leading research and educational institutions in Georgia. Ilia State represents a special connection between students and professors – a multifunctional educational and scientific institution where the joint work of professors, students, researchers and instructors creates a unified space for higher education and research.
This productive, unified, space is based on three basic principles:
- Academic Freedom;
- Freedom of Conscience;
- Freedom of Choice;
These principles issue from each other and determine each other: Students, instructors, researchers and professors are free to choose areas of study and research, as well at their direction, co-workers, and supervisors. No one has the right to forbid the students, professors, researchers, and instructors, the study of any particular topic or the publication of scientific findings, based on political or moral objections. Students and professors are free to choose any transparent and responsible forms of self-governance, which they belive to be best for the advancement of their union - the university – and its common goals.
Ilia State University announces call for applications within the “Lehmann-Haupt International Doctoral Programme”.
The transdisciplinary “Lehmann-Haupt International Doctoral Programme” is a joint project between Ilia State University Tbilisi (ISU) and Georg-August-University of Göttingen (UGOE) which gives 12 Ph.D. students from various scientific fields the opportunity to pursue their doctoral projects within a structured Cotutelle-based framework and obtain a Ph.D. degree by each of the two universities (double degree).
Funding granted by the German VolkswagenStiftung and the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia allows the allocation of full scholarships to each of the 12 participants. The application deadline is March 9, 2018, 12:00 p.m. Georgian time (GET).
Applications must be submitted by E-Mail to: email@example.com by the end of the application deadline. Please indicate “International Doctoral Programme” in the subject line.
Detailed information on research fields, criteria and procedures can be found in attached documents below:
- General Linguistics
- Language and Language Change
- East-European History
- Religious and Cultural Studie
- Political Science
- Forest Ecology
- Geophysics and Astrophysics
- Chemical Biology
- Development Economics
For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.