Call for Applications: PhD School on Globalization, the European Union and Multilateralism

The Erasmus Mundus PhD School on Globalization, the European Union and Multilateralism (GEM PhD School), anchored at the Université Libre in Brussels, is an international joint doctoral programme involving nine international higher education institutions.

The school just launched its most recent call for applications. It offers up to ten Erasmus Mundus three-year long PhD scholarships funded by the European Commission. PhD students are working on one of three core research projects:

  • MORGANITE: Multilateral organizations, regionalism and global governance: Institutions in the EU. Led by the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium).
  • CITRINE: Confrontations and cooperation shaping international and transnational regulatory interest and the EU. Led by the University of Warwick (United Kingdom).
  • AMETRINE: Analysis of multilateral, European, and other regional initiatives as normative endeavors. Led by LUISS-Guido Carli (Italy)

The deadline for applications is December 20, 2012.

For more information on the GEM PhD School, click here. To go directly to the calls for application, click here.