PluriCourts Fellowships for 2 months
The world needs to better understand the workings and impact of international courts and tribunals ('ICs') such as the Regional Human Rights Courts, the Court of Justice of the EU, the International Court of Justice, and the WTO Appellate Body.
Do you want to write a PhD in political science or philosophy on topics concerning such ICs? PluriCourts grants 2 month fellowships for June and July 2022 so that interested students who will have completed their Masters' degree by the end of the Spring 2022 term can devote this time to write even better applications for PhD fellowships. The PhD applications may be used to apply to PhD programs anywhere, not only the University of Oslo.
PluriCourts is a Centre of Excellence based at the Faculty of Law at the University of Oslo. The Centre is funded by the Norwegian Research Council and studies the legitimacy of international courts and tribunals (ICs) from legal, political science and philosophical perspectives. Please confer PluriCourts research plan 2018-2023 for more information about our research.
- 2 months’ salary, (salary 468 300 per annum, position code SKO 1020)
- Shared office space from June 1 - August 31
- Advise on drafts
Application should contain:
- Letter of application
- Project proposal 1-2 pages maximum
- Copies of grades and transcripts
- Letter of support from your MA supervisor
All material should be delivered in electronic form.
Deadline for application: 25 April 2022
- Professor Andreas Føllesdal, PluriCourts, UiO