Joint Doctoral Programme in Arts and Archaeology
Universiteit Gent / Università di Verona
The Joint Doctoral Programme 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 October 2017 to 30 September 2021. The final discussion of the dissertation will occur no later than April 2022.
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
(In the Application Form candidates will be required to choose one of the curricula listed above).
Evaluation and granting
The Joint PhD committee will evaluate the PhD grant proposals. They will make a motivated selection of the applications and will base their recommendation on the evaluation of the qualifications of the applicant (study results) and the PhD project proposal; The scientific potential as well as the development of the scientific potential of the research groups will be taken into account for this evaluation.
Short listed candidates will be invited for an interview in late August.
For additional information concerning this call please contact
- Koenraad.email@example.com for art history
- Frank.firstname.lastname@example.org for archeology
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