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4 Fully Funded PhD Scholarships for international students at University of Bergen/ Study in Norway without IELTS

Updated: May 14

Study in Norway

The University of Bergen in Norway is calling for applications for its multiple funded PhD Programs. These fully-funded PhD positions span various research areas.

If you’re interested in these fully funded PhD scholarships for international students, we encourage you to check the details and apply at your earliest convenience. Eligible and interested applicants can submit their online applications for the PhD programs through the University’s Online Application Portal. Don’t miss this opportunity to advance your academic career in a diverse and stimulating research environment! Apply now and take the next step in your academic journey. Click on any position of interest to read the position's details and the application portal.

The project combines political theory, constitutional law, and comparative politics to understand efforts – usually by Indigenous peoples versus settlers/states – to (re)constitute frontier jurisdictions, especially in the North American Arctic, Fennoscandic north, U.S. Pacific, and Australian tropics. ConFront consists of five team members led by the department’s associate professor of Arctic governance, Aaron Spitzer.

The successful candidates will be based in Bergen, ideally beginning autumn 2024. They will actively collaborate with other team members (including co-writing academic articles); will help conduct fieldwork and research dissemination in frontier regions; will assist with administrative responsibilities related to the project (including organization of workshops, writing deliverables, and data management); and will participate in the department’s Indigenous Peoples and Governance in the Arctic research group.

Application Deadline: 5th August 2024


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