The Joint Doctoral Program in Arts and Archaeology (JDP) is shared and implemented by Universiteit Gent (Belgium) and Università di Verona (Italy). It lasts for 4 academic years from 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2023. The final discussion of the dissertation will occur no later than March 2024. As this is a joint doctoral program, the enrolled students will receive at the end of the course a title of Doctor (PhD) issued by both partner Universities. The selected students will be enrolled in both the Università di Verona and the Universiteit Gent according to the timetable in the normative part of this call and the rules of the Universiteit Gent and the Università di Verona. The Joint Doctoral Programme in Arts and Archaeology (JDP) is divided into two curricula: - Curriculum in Art - Curriculum in Archaeology The language of communication of the JDP will be English. The taught part of the program will be in English. Call for: 1 PhD Grant in Art History, Musicology and Theatre Studies
Starting from 1 January 2020
The deadline for project proposals is:
15 November 2019 at 23.59 (Belgian time).
Profile of the candidate
PhD scholarship is being granted to a predoctoral researcher, aimed at obtaining a doctoral degree within 4 years with the field of Art History, Musicology and Theatre Science. Definition of terms: As part of the Joint Doctoral Program in Arts and Archaeology (JDP by Universiteit Gent (Belgium) and Università di Verona (Italy) a new PhD scholarship is being granted to a predoctoral researchers, aimed at obtaining a doctoral degree within 4 years. This grant is initially awarded for 2 years. After an intermediate evaluation, for which the Research Council assesses the probability that the grant will lead to a PhD degree, a second term of 2 years can be granted. The amount of the scholarship is approximately € 1.958 per month, depending on the family status of the scholar. Based on the advice of the Research Council, a bench fee of € 7.440 (€ 310/month) will be awarded to the promoter per term of 2 years.
Requirements regarding the appointment of candidates:
• At the start of the BOF fellowship, candidates must qualify for a ‘dehousse scholarship’, which is a PhD scholarship exempted from taxation. Language: The PhD grant research proposal must be submitted in English.
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