Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science (PhD)
Applicants are expected to hold an internationally recognized Master’s or comparable degree in Political Science, International Relations, Public Policy, or a similar politics- and/or policy related program that provides a relevant academic background for the track to which the candidate applies. A comparable degree in other Social Sciences, Humanities, or other disciplines will also be considered in case of an excellent academic record.
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As part of their application package, applicants must submit the following materials in addition to their completed application form:
- Curriculum Vitae;
- Proof of relevant English-language competency;
- Research proposal (max. 1,500 words);
- Statement of purpose (max. 500 words);
- Two confidential letters of recommendation;
- Official copies (and translations) of relevant undergraduate and graduate transcripts and diplomas;
- Summary of MA thesis (max. 500 words).
- A single-authored writing sample that can be published or unpublished, a chapter, a seminar paper, an article, etc. (including bibliography and footnotes) ( max. 10,000-word)
- Language TOEFL (internet version) 100
- TOEFL (paper version) 600
- IELTS 7 Cambridge Proficiency examination C
- Cambridge Advanced English Test A
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