Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology (Germany) announced PhD Positions
Muhammad Hassan Altaf,
The Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology has announced nine doctoral positions which are open for German as well as for foreign PhD students.
Current openings: nine doctoral positions
Currently, the BGHS has nine open doctoral positions to be filled by 1 April 2013.
Required application documents
Covering letter (600 words max.),
Curriculum Vitae (1,000 words max.),
Project description )
Please read the FAQs carefully. They contain all important information on application requirements and procedures. Please also read the project description guidelines for information on formal design and content.
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Review procedure: transparency and equal opportunity
The process of selecting doctoral researchers is geared towards creating a diverse community, particularly as regards gender and internationality. The selection process is partially anonymised and follows structured, clearly defined stages:
The BGHS Office checks whether applications meet all formal criteria.
Faculty members of the affiliated departments review the content of the anonymised project descriptions according to uniform criteria.
On the basis of their expert evaluations, an interdisciplinary committee chooses qualified candidates for a personal interview.
Candidates are interviewed by an interdisciplinary committee and finally,
this committee chooses on candidates to fill the positions.
Dates and deadlines
28 October 2012 Deadline for applications
10 January 2013 Invitations to personal interviews are sent out
04 to 06 February 2013 Personal interviews
15 February 2013 Candidates informed about the results of the application process
01 April 2013 BGHS doctoral positions begin
Please find more information at: http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/%28en%29/bghs/bewerbung/stellen/index.html