8 PhD Scholarships at (GIGA) German Institute of Global and Area Studies, University of Hamburg, Study of Regional Powers
Fundamental shifts within the global and regional architecture of power are expected in the coming decades. However, the new global and regional configurations of the twenty-first century are currently only partially understood. The newly established Hamburg International Graduate School for the Study of Regional Powers analyzes the emerging power shifts among non-European regions and states, related conflicts with respect to regional leadership within these regions as well as competition for spheres of influence, and the global formation of governance structures among new regional powers and the `old` powers of the OECD world.
Within the school, applications are being invited for 8 Ph.D. scholarships starting 1 April 2010, for a duration of three years. The programme is open to young academics in the fields of international relations/international political economy and comparative area studies. Applicants must have an excellent M.A. or equivalent degree in hand by the time of appointment. We strongly encourage young candidates from abroad to apply.
- Scholarship for Artists and Architects, DAAD Germany
- International Excellence Scholarships for Undergraduates, Swansea University, UK
- Master Scholarships in Materials Science Exploring Large Scale Facilities (MaMaSELF), Erasmus Mundus, Europe
- PhD Scholarships in Interdisciplinary Research, Ruhr-University Research School, Germany
- Bachelor, Master and PhD Scholarships for International Students, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Germany
- Erasmus Mundus Master Scholarships in Mathematics for Europeans, Europe
- Kurt Hansen Scholarships, Bayer Foundations, Germany
- Katholischer Akademischer Ausländer-Dienst (KAAD) Scholarship Program 1, Germany
- Otto Bayer Scholarships, Bayer Foundations, Germany
- PhD Fellowships in Economics, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Germany
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