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Thursday, October 09, 2008

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PhD scholarshipInternational Development Studies

The Graduate School within the Department of Society and Globalisation,Roskilde University, hereby announces a PhD scholarship in International Development Studies. The scholarship will be available from January, 2009 orsoon after. Funds for fieldwork are not available in this grant, and the successfulapplicant must envisage some additional fundraising for this purpose.

The scholarship covers a period of three years. The successful applicant will be asked to contribute 500 hours of work to the Department (teaching atone of the Department¹s Master¹s programmes and dissemination of research toa broad audience etc.).

The application must be in English and include a CV, documentation (copies)of examinations passed and a project description of maximum 5 pages. The description should include an outline of the problem area to be studied, theresearch questions raised, the theoretical approach taken and methodological considerations as well as work and time plan.

The project description andother material should be forwarded in three copies. The successful applicant will be enrolled in the Researcher TrainingProgramme of the International Development Studies.

For further information about the application, the PhD programme and theresearch activities, please consult the document, ŒHow to get a PhD¹ athttp://ruc./isg/forskning/skoler/graduateschool_IU/how/

Further information from Head of Department Gorm Rye Olsen (,
the director of the Researcher Training Programme Christian Lund(
or the secretary of the Graduate School, Inge Jensen,( phone 46742005.

For information about the Department, pleasesee: <>Please send the application and enclosures in hard copy or electronicallyto:Inge Jensen
Roskilde University
Department of Society and Globalisation
Building 8.2 -
Postbox 260
Roskilde <>

Deadline for applications is 10 November, 2008 at 12.00 noon.Material received after this time will not be taken into account.


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