The law department offers you a Ph.D. to study the challenges facing European law, public international law and private law. opportunities on social, cultural, political and economic issues.
Our researchers form strong relationships during their time here, thanks to our high level of interaction between faculty and researchers. Close supervision, open seminars and active working groups ensure a dynamic exchange of ideas and knowledge that shapes your research and develops your intellectual independence.
The interdisciplinary nature of our department means that every year world-renowned scientists and leaders in their fields travel to conduct research and present and discuss their work. Our researchers further develop their skills and understanding through access to these experts.
It is not EUI’s policy to offer individual guidance and advice on dissertation proposals. Do not contact potential supervisors, but read information about research topics and indicate on the application form one or more professors who can supervise your thesis.
If you have any questions about the programme, grants, requirements, application and selection procedures, please contact the EUI Admissions Office – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
EUI is committed to providing fair and inclusive conditions for all candidates and is interested in attracting, promoting and retaining a diverse and highly qualified community of scholars.
Candidates with disabilities or special educational needs are encouraged to register their needs with the Dean of Graduate Studies (Email: DeanOfGraduateStudies@eui.eu) so that reasonable adjustments can be coordinated at the application, selection and program admission stage. .
Funding Information – Eligibility
To be eligible for national funding, you must meet specific requirements set by national funding bodies. These may include conditions relating to your nationality, residence, degree and timing of award. Please visit each relevant financial institution’s information page for specific funding terms, eligibility criteria and application instructions.
In the EUI online application form, you will be asked to select at least one and up to three funding options: Only indicate which you have good reason to believe you are eligible and which you wish to apply for. If you are eligible for more than one funding program, you will be considered for admission under each program; in case of admission, you will receive funding from only one program based on the decision made by the EUI selection committee and communicated to you regarding the offer of admission.
An application for admission to an EUI doctoral program is automatically an application for national funding with: exceptions: Greece, Portugal, Slovenia . Your EU application can ONLY be accepted if you apply for funding from one of these countries separately submit a mandatory separate application.
EU Contracting States
Ph.D. Candidates funded by EUI contracting states receive a monthly stipend/scholarship and do not pay the tuition fees of the program:
- Austria, Belgium (Flanders – Wallonia/Brussels), Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark,
- Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,
- Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal,
- Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden.
EUI Associate Member States
Ph.D. Candidates sponsored by EUI Associate Member States receive a monthly stipend/scholarship and do not pay the tuition fee of the program, which is paid by the national authorities: Norway and Switzerland.
“Grants for Foreigners” Program of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation awards grants to candidates from the following countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, People’s Republic of China (PRC), Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Russian Federation, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine, United States of America (USA). Program tuition is also covered.
EU member states do not adhere to the EU
EU Member States: Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Lithuania have not yet signed the EU Convention. Consequently, there is currently no national funding for a Ph.D. candidates from these countries.
Candidates from these countries who are not eligible for any other funding program may be accepted subject to securing foreign sponsorship.
The EUI awards scholarships to candidates from the countries listed on the EUI Special Doctoral Scholarships page who are not eligible for any other funding program.
All other candidates who are not eligible for any funding program may be admitted subject to securing an external scholarship.
Academic Scholarship Program for Innovation Research and Expertise (ASPIRE)
The Department of Law (LAW) is accepting applications for doctoral research grants under the newly launched Academic Fellowship Program for Innovation Research and Expertise (ASPIRE): Enabling the Next Generation of Scholars and New Paradigms for Competitiveness, Innovation and Technology Policy. For more information, including funding terms and eligibility criteria, see: ASPIRE.
Ukrainian candidates affected by the war in Ukraine
The Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science offers special EUI Doctoral Grants for Ukrainian candidates directly affected by the war in Ukraine.
Source / Details: Official website HERE.
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