The Faculty of Education of the University of Lower Silesia is accepting applications for English-language doctoral studies in the field of Education for 2018/2019 academic year. The program of studies includes an attractive selection of courses taught by outstanding specialists from Poland and abroad. Qualified students can select to study following individual track of studies which foresees their participation in international programs (including summer and winter schools) organized in international academic partnerships. The 4-year English-language doctoral studies should be concluded by a successful doctoral defence upon which the doctoral candidate will receive a doctoral diploma in Education. For candidates from European Union member states, and EFTA member states, doctoral studies are free of charge.
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Additionally, we are pleased to offer full doctoral scholarships for three selected candidates, who will be supported under Integrated University Programs (Zintegrowane Programy Uczelni, grant no. POWR.03.05.00-00-Z215/17) from the National Center for Research and Development. Successful applicants will receive monthly stipends and will be required to focus fully on their doctoral research work (without other employment). They will have the opportunity to work on their research projects in a co-tutelle arrangement between supervisors from the University of Lower Silesia and co-supervisors from the network of partner universities, including the University of Innbsruck (AU), Palacky University Olomouc (CZ), University of Lisbon (PT), Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest or others. The candidates who wish to apply for the scholarship should mark this preference on their applications. The supervisors from the University of Lower Silesia include Prof. DSW dr hab. Lotar Rasiński, Prof. DSW dr hab. Ewa Kurantowicz, Prof. DSW dr hab. Hana Cervinkova and the preferred areas of doctoral research concentration are adult education and life-long learning, philosophy of education and critical theory, anthropology of education and educational ethnography.