PhD in International Relations Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University (FSV UK)
The study program International Relations is without specialization.
Graduates of our doctoral program in international relations are well-equipped to find work as highly qualified experts in academia (i.e. in research), analytical departments, and universities. Their qualifications enable them to apply their skills in leadership positions in government agencies, the administrative apparatus of international organizations, international NGOs, and a whole spectrum of private-sector institutions. The knowledge and skills our graduates acquire in the analysis of international politics, international economic relations, European integration, and international law are underpinned by a conversance with relevant theoretical concepts and methodologies.
The proposal should cover:
- clear definition and substantiation of the topic
- review of the literature and the current state of the art in the area of the project
- objectives of the project
- assumed methodology
- a list of references
Graduates of the doctoral program of International Relations are well-equipped to find work as highly qualified experts in academia, i.e. in research institutions, universities, as well as think-tanks. Their qualification allows them to apply their skills in managerial positions in government agencies, the administration of international organizations, international NGOs, and a whole spectrum of private-sector institutions.