Research areas: private law, comparative private law, European and comparative public law, constitutional law, general theory of law, law and criminal justice. More specifically, in order to finalise their application, candidates are recommended to take into account the fields and contents of the different research interests and programs that are currently displayed under the profile of each professors.
Application deadline: 10th of June 2018
Duration: 3 years
Number of scholarships: five, one reserved to NON-EU citizens
Value of scholarship: 14,000 EUR per year, including social security charges, tuition fees, one meal at the school canteen per day (Monday to Saturday). An additional economic subsidy is provided for study abroad periods.
Who should attend: Graduate students (Master’s degree or equivalent qualifications), professionals with working experience (and with graduate level education).
The actual requirements for the application are set by the "Call for Admissions".