Ph.D. in Modern and Contemporary History
PhD Program in Modern and Contemporary History
CALL OF INTEREST FOR A PhD IN MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
Neapolis University Pafos publishes the call for ten (10) expressions of interest in regards to a doctorate in Modern and Contemporary History.
Applications may be submitted by holders of postgraduate degrees of Philosophy, Law, Pedagogy, Political Science, and Humanities in general.
The autonomous PhD Program in Modern and Contemporary History of Neapolis University has been officially accredited by the Cyprus Agency of Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Higher Education (CY.Q.A.A.) during its 23rd Summit of 2 and 3 October 2017 and has been included in the of accredited programs of CY.Q.A.A.
Together with their electronic application, applicants should also submit the following documents in PDF format:
- Research proposal
- Undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
- CV (an example of CV may be found in the following website: http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/documents/curriculum-vitae/templates-instructions).
- Portfolio (papers/publications/supporting material, if available).
All the documents (originals or certified copies) should be submitted in Greek or English.
All applications should be submitted electronically by 15/02/2019. The electronic application may be found HERE. Applications submitted in any other way will not be taken into consideration. Application which do not include all the necessary information will also not be taken into consideration.
Applicants should pay special attention to the research proposal, as this constitutes one of the most important criteria of evaluation. Before the submission of their application, prospect applicants are asked to study the research interests of the Members of the Teaching and Research Staff of the Postgraduate Programs in History, as these are mentioned in the CV which is available at the University’s website. Prospect applicants may also communicate with any of the members of the Teaching and Research Staff in order to receive guidance before the submission of their application or the completion of their research proposal.
Applications will be assessed by the Evaluation Committed which is comprised by all the Members of Teaching and Research Staff of the Department of History. Except the quality of the research proposal, the Committee will also take into consideration the applicants’ background, as this is assessed according to the following criteria:
- The grade of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
- Any other degrees.
- Academic publications and presentations in conferences (if available).
- Scholarships, awards, decorations and recognitions.
All applicants that are positively evaluated according to the abovementioned criteria, will be called in the second phase of selection which includes a personal interview.
Applicants which are accepted in the PhD Program will be asked to send an acceptance letter through email within 15 days from the time that they receive the offer letter. By accepting the offer, applicants recognize that they accept the rules included in the official documents related to the Program.
The minimum time for completion of a PhD is 3 years and the maximum 5 years. Details about the Program are included in the Regulations of the PhD Program in Modern and Contemporary History.
For more information, prospect applicants may contact the Secretary of the Department of History, Ms. Eleni Papadopoulou, by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (+357) 2684 3303.