Doctorate in Law and Regulations in Athens in Greece

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A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, is a doctorate awarded by a university to the academic who has met all necessary qualifications and can now be considered a doctor in his or her academic field.

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Phd In Law

University of Nicosia
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Greece Athens

The University of Nicosia offers Doctoral Programme at the Law leading to a PhD. The program is designed to offer top-level scientific knowledge and to prepare students for careers in the field of higher learning, scientific research and in scientific field of law, but in parallel to provide increased supplies in the subject of law. [+]

Doctorate Studies in Law and Regulations in Athens in Greece. Duration (years): 3 Qualification Awarded: Doctorate in Law Level of Qualification: Doctorate (3rd Cycle) Language of Instruction: Greek Mode of Study: Full / Part Time Minimum Credits: 90 Minimum ECTS Credits: 180 Profile of the Programme: The University of Nicosia offers Doctoral Programme at the Law leading to a PhD. The program is designed to offer top-level scientific knowledge and to prepare students for careers in the field of higher learning, scientific research and in scientific field of law, but in parallel to provide increased supplies in the subject of law. The aim of the doctoral program is the physique of scientists who will conduct cutting-edge research, propose innovative and practicable solutions, winning leading positions in the field of legal science. The program directs students to use the most modern methods of multidisciplinary research into the production and application of knowledge in theoretical and practical level. It is designed to provide students the opportunity to pursue doctoral studies in areas that will enrich their knowledge of the legal science. The program is designed in such a way as to give the strong-section students thesis in areas of particular interest, having a background knowledge and / or experience in legal science. Career Prospects: Graduates of the doctoral program in law will be prepared to: take academic positions at universities or research institutions, assume leadership positions in the exercise of legal science, conducting research in these areas and become experts in the subject of law. [-]

PhD in Legal Research or Governance Studies

European Law and Governance School
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Greece Athens

The ELGS PhD is a degree program lasting a minimum of 3 years which enables students to conduct independent research in the fields of Legal Research, Governance Studies, or on an interdisciplinary topic. [+]

The ELGS PhD is a degree program lasting a minimum of 3 years which enables students to conduct independent research in the fields of Legal Research, Governance Studies, or on an interdisciplinary topic. It is supported by the expansive ELGS International Faculty network of over 100 legal and governance scholars and practitioners worldwide, the ELGS’ Partner Universities across Europe and the world, and the EPLO. Importantly, students of the program will be granted access to attend EPLO events on key themes in EU law and governance and to interact with renown EU leaders and decision-makers. Students graduate with a clear understanding and awareness of the most up-to-date scholarly research, as well as a solid professional network to support them in their career after the ELGS. Full time residency is not a requirement for this degree, but students may be required to attend several training sessions throughout the program which will be held at the EPLO premises in Greece. The first training session will introduce students to advanced research methods, while consecutive sessions focus on tutoring and teaching skills. Students are also expected attend classes, seminars, and lectures, as designated by their supervisors, and to be actively involved in presenting their research findings at conferences throughout Europe and the greater world. Upon completion of the program students will deliver up to a 100,000 word thesis. While this program encourages mobility and flexibility, students are expected to be devoted full time to their PhD studies. Students that are employed should be able to demonstrate balance work and study and be able to deliver their thesis within the established period of time. Program Benefits The ELGS PhD program is a modern program of the highest academic standard, which has been designed with flexibility and mobility in mind. Successful applicants will be assigned a supervisor, based upon their academic interests, from the renowned International Faculty Network of the ELGS. The International Faculty Network is comprised of professors and practitioners from throughout the world, which enables students to conduct research on a wide-range of topics, in many countries and in roughly 10 languages.* *Dependent upon the availability of a suitable supervisor Program Content The structure and content of the program can be found below: Year 1 Students admitted as Probationary Research Students (PRS) Attend 2 week orientation program in mid October at Sounion(25 hours of classes in research methods, statistical methods, presentation preparation, public speaking) Assign supervisor and devise work program Attend classes and conferences as determined by supervisor Meetings with supervisor Qualifying Test (10,000 word paper on research proposal, Title, Draft Outline) Year 2 Successful students from 1st year progress from PRS to PhD status 2-day training on ‘How to be a tutor’ at Sounion (optional) Assist in undergraduate and postgraduate tutorials of the ELGS (for resident students) Attend classes and conferences as determined by supervisor Attend PhD Conference (Year 2 or 3) PhD Students submit confirmation Test Year 3 Tutorship Attend classes and conferences as determined by supervisor Attend PhD Conference (Year 2 or 3) Students granted leave to supplicate Delivery of Thesis Thesis Defense Faculty The faculty for the PhD in Legal Studies and/or PhD in Governance is comprised of scholars and practitioners with notable international experience in their fields of research. Students will be matched with an appropriate supervisor by the ELGS from the list of members of the International Faculty Network and from the resident faculty of the school. Academic Requirements Students from all over the world may be admitted following a rigorous application process. Prospective students for the PhD should have a first or second class master’s degree in law, political sciences, or in a relevant field of the social sciences. High caliber students with a background in a different field of studies or a particularly competitive profile with evidence of relevant professional experience and long-term dedication to the field will also be considered. Due to the international nature of the program, degree equivalencies will be determined by the Faculty Board. Language Requirements All taught elements of the program will be conducted in the English language. As a result, students originating from non-English speaking countries must evidence their level of English language skills in accordance with the following: TOEFL Internet based, Score of 90 or above Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency, Grade B or above Any other internationally recognized test with equivalent marks Students intending to conduct their research in a language other than English must demonstrate their level of the relevant language skills. [-]