Doctoral Program in Sustainable Development in Nova Gorica in Slovenia

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Requirements for the PhD program often involve the student having already obtained a Master’s degree. Additionally, a thesis or dissertation primarily consisting of original academic research must be submitted. In some countries, this work may even need to be defended in front of a panel.

This area of study helps you to have a deep understanding of the sustainable development, and at the same time enables you to come up with the best strategies on how to improve this area of study. Through research, you can understand all aspects relating to sustainable development.

Slovenia (Slovenija) is a member of the European Union, Schengen Agreement and NATO. Previously one of Yugoslavia's six constituent republics, present-day Slovenia became independent in 1991. Slovenia has four universities, located in Ljubljana, Maribor, Nova Gorica and Koper.

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Doctor of Science

University of Nova Gorica
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Slovenia Nova Gorica

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PhD Degrees in Sustainable Development in Nova Gorica in Slovenia. The doctoral study programme ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES lasts three years and represents the transformation of existent direct doctoral programme, which was offered at the University of Nova Gorica since the academic year 1995/1996. Successfully completed study programme leads to the title “ Doktor znanosti” (equivalent to Doctor of Science). The courses are held in English language. Admission requirements To qualify for entry into the graduate program Environmental Sciences , applicants must satisfy the following admission requirements: have completed a 2nd cycle master’s study preogramme; have completed at least a four-year academic undergraduate programme accredited with 240 ECTS credits; have completed a uniform five year master’s study programme accredited with 300 ECTS credits; have completed a specialization after previously finished professional study programme, and had passed additional study obligations within 30 to 60 ECTS credit points; have completed an equivalent program abroad; If the number of applicants exceeds the 20 available slots, they are selected based on previous academic achievement. Educational and professional goals Protection of the environment demands an explicitly multidisciplinary approach and therefore adequately educated and trained experts are needed in the areas of environmental research, technology, conservation, management and policy development. One of the crucial problems in solving the environment issues is the lack of experts with appropriate multidisciplinary knowledge, who could successfully link together the experts with distinctive knowledge in natural and technical sciences on one side and the managers, lawyers and similar professionals on the other side.... [-]