Available in a wide variety of fields and subjects, a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is the peak of achievement in the academic world. It showcases the extensive research on a particular topic, complete with a dissertation that offers some contribution to the field and may open doors for a career in certain fields.
What is a PhD in Politics? This degree offers higher education that can equip students with advanced knowledge regarding international law, political methods, and ideologies, and political philosophy. Program participants usually learn about the basics of international relations and the political landscape of the globe. Students may choose to focus their research on a wide range of topics, including political theory and international relations, or even going deeper and specializing in Asian and Pacific relations.
With a PhD in Politics, individuals are given an opportunity to conduct fieldwork in their region of study, which can lead to lasting connections for their future career. There are also opportunities to gain teaching experience while studying, along with research and presentation skills.
Depending on the institution, the cost of a PhD in Politics varies and typically takes three years to finish. Students should always research the school and program of their choice to ensure it is right for them.
With a PhD in Politics, an individual has many career options before him or her. This type of degree is perfectly set up to teach at the university level, and with the teaching experience during the program individuals will already have experience. Other options include working in foreign diplomatic offices around the world, as a human rights advocate, or as a public relations specialist. This degree opens doors in both the political arena as well as the legal arena, providing more options for those interested in international law or governmental laws.
There are many options available for students wishing to obtain a PhD in Politics. Online programs are a convenient option for many people, but there are also institutions around the world to choose from. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The Ph.D. Program in Politics: History, Theory, Science, in collaboration with the Center for Ethics and Global Politics (CEGP), since 2004, is aimed to offer an interdis
The Ph.D. Program in Politics: History, Theory, Science, in collaboration with the Center for Ethics and Global Politics (CEGP), since 2004, is aimed to offer an interdisciplinary perspective on contemporary global political studies. The faculty includes both Italian and international professors. The program has enrolled more 30 students in the last three years, with more than fifty percent of foreign students. Recently the program has been enriched by the collaboration of the International Center on Democracies and Democratizations (ICEDD) and the Italian Center for Electoral Studies - Centro Italiano Studi Elettorali (CISE).
Areas of study
philosophy and political theory (ethics and applied philosophy, political and social philosophy, ethics of international relations and human rights theories)
political science, with particular reference to democracy and democratization, electoral studies, globalization, international relations and international political economy
epistemology, methodology of research, quantitative methods
history of politics, international relations, institutions, political ideas of the XIX and XX centuries
The Ph.D. Programme in “Politics, human rights, and sustainability” is a three-year residential programme characterized by an interdisciplinary approach to the subject an
In addition to the fellowships provided for in the call for admission, BV TECH S.p.A. funds a three-year fellowship within the framework of the Ph.D. in Politics, Human Rights, and Sustainability – research area: International Law, Agricultural Law.
The candidate shall focus his/her research project on the topic of “National Security, Defense, and Cyber Warfare: Critical Infrastructures Protection from Cyber Threats in Italy and Its wide Strategic and Political Implications in the International Arena.”
The research should address the theme of the cyberspace as the fifth dimension of the conflict in the strategic dynamics of the international relations, with a particular focus on the Italian national defense and security strategies. By taking in due account the initiatives promoted by other members of the International Community in the field of cyber-security, the research should examine the strategic implications generated by the policies and measures adopted by Italy in order to prevent, protect and respond to cyber attacks against national critical infrastructure. The study should also investigate the role played, or that might be played, by the private sector to countering cyber threats. The research should result in the definition of a set of recommendations aimed at designing and building an integrated and coherent Italian national cyber defense and security model....
A thesis on a theme in Political Science or International Relations, as a unique contribution which also demonstrates the ability to do independent and meaningful researc
A thesis on a theme in Political Science or International Relations, as a unique contribution which also demonstrates the ability to do independent and meaningful research, is required. An article ready for publication has to be submitted along with the thesis.
To gain entrance into this programme a student needs a good pass mark at Master’s level.
The Department of Politics and International Studies accepts students for research work leading to a PhD. The primary aim of the PhD programme is to train students to des
PhD Degree in Politics and International Studies
Mode of Attendance: Full Time or Part Time
The Department of Politics and International Studies accepts students for research work leading to a PhD. The primary aim of the PhD programme is to train students to design, research and write a successful doctoral thesis. Those who have completed the doctorate will be familiar with the conceptual and methodological aspects of political research and qualified as experts in their field.
To be considered for entry into the PhD programme, applicants must possess a well-advanced degree in Politics equivalent in level and content to the Department's MSc, although applications from individuals with related degrees in cognate disciplines will also be considered. Guidelines for Research Proposals can be found here....