The Law Department offers a four-year Ph.D. programme leading to the award of a doctorate. An LL.M. degree is awarded upon the successful completion of the first year of the Ph.D. programme. Researchers follow a structured programme of research and training. A wide range of seminars and workshops is offered in key fields, many of which are linked to research projects in the Law Department, or are interdisciplinary and organised jointly with other departments of the EUI.
To qualify for a national PhD grant, you must meet the specific requirements set by the national grant authorities. These may include conditions with regard to your nationality, residence, degree and its time of award.
- Sweden: General entry requirements (According to the Swedish Higher Education Ordinance): A person meets the general entry requirements for third-cycle courses and study programmes if he or she:
- has been awarded a second-cycle qualification
- has satisfied the requirements for courses comprising at least 240 credits of which at least 60 credits were awarded in the second-cycle, or
- has acquired substantially equivalent knowledge in some other way in Sweden or abroad
The higher education institution may permit an exemption from the general entry requirements for an individual applicant, if there are special grounds. Ordinance (2010:1064)
You must submit your application and all required documents via the interactive online application form. The deadline for completing the application form and for the submission of references and all required documents is: Saturday 31 January 2015. Applications may be submitted until midnight (24:00 – CET).
A Mock-Up Application Form containing a preview of the sections of the form and the requested information is available online:
More info here.