Founded in 1479 as one of the four original faculties of the University of Copenhagen, the Faculty of Law boasts a long-standing reputation for excellence in teaching and research. The Faculty offers a wide range of undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate degree programmes in law. Through research-based education, the Faculty ensures that law graduates acquire the necessary skills to succeed in their legal careers in the private or public sector both at home and abroad. With 5000 undergraduate and graduate students, over 60 PhD fellows, and an academic staff of more than 80 members, the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen is a vibrant, diverse and intellectually stimulating academic environment.
The goal of the PhD programme is threefold: to prepare candidates for a continuing career in teaching and research; to educate a new generation of scholars to produce high-quality independent research; and to equip them with the analytical and problem-solving skills required for a successful career in both the public and private sectors.
Successful PhD candidates are required to
The Faculty of Law offers supervision by highly qualified academics and provides an excellent opportunity to research contemporary legal issues in an intellectually stimulating environment.
If you are offered a PhD position, you will receive a regular monthly salary in accordance with Danish law and you will be entitled to an annual research budget. The Faculty does not provide accommodation.
Please find the full description of the position and apply here: https://employment.ku.dk/phd
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|Title||Vacant PhD scholarships at the Faculty of Law|
|Employer||University of Copenhagen|
|Job location||Studiestræde, 1455 København|
|Published||November 11, 2020|
|Application deadline||January 21, 2021|
|Job types||PhD  |
|Fields||Public Law,   Media Law,   Civil Law,   Jurisprudence,   Commercial Law,   Administrative Law,   Procedural Law,   Legal History,   International Law,    and 14 more. Gender and Law,   Financial Law,   Constitutional Law,   Labour Law,   Environmental Law,   Corporate Governance,   Corporate Law,   Criminal Law,   Digital Law,   European Law,   Nordic Law,   Property Law,   Contract Law,   Tax Law  |