|Location:||Milan - Italy|
|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
£13,496 converted salary* per year
|Placed On:||31st July 2020|
|Closes:||14th September 2020|
The Network for the Advancement of Social and Political Sciences (NASP – www.nasp.eu) at the University of Milan is pleased to announce the Call for Application for:
8 scholarships in the 3-years Ph.D. Programme in Sociology and Methodology of Social Research (SOMET).
Scholarship amount: approx. 16.000 euro gross per year, for three years.
The application deadline is September 14, 2020.
Full information on how to apply is included in the Call for Application:
The Ph.D. programme in Sociology and Methodology of Social Research is based at the University of Milan and jointly promoted by the following departments, members of NASP:
The Ph.D. programme in Sociology has a longstanding tradition of excellence in Italy. The aim of the programme is to provide structured training in theoretically-guided empirical research across a wide range of sociological fields and to introduce students to current international debates in both qualitative and quantitative social research.
The course consists of a three-year programme. The first year is devoted to basic training, in conjunction with the activities of the NASP interdisciplinary Graduate School in Social and Political Sciences. The second year is partly spent in a relevant university department abroad and is devoted to the initial drafting of the thesis. The third year is entirely spent completing the thesis. All classes and teaching activities are in English.
Graduates will be able to compete successfully for positions as researchers (in public and private universities and research centers), skilled professionals and consultants in sociology to public agencies and international organizations and institutions in Italy and elsewhere in Europe.
The research areas covered by the PhD Programme include:
For each of these sociological areas/topics, the PhD Programme places particular emphasis on the integration of theory and methodology of research.
Contacts: for more information on SOMET Ph.D. Programme please visit
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