IPhD Program in Regional Development
Duration of training: 8 semesters (4 years)
University of Pécs invites applications for the "Policies for Smart Specialisation" (POLISS) program, funded as part of the Marie Curie European Training Networks, under the European Commission's H2020 Framework Programme. As the POLISS program is not a self-standing PhD program, it is embedded within the PhD in Regional Development full-time study program. The application deadline is 14 April 2020. For more details
The International PhD Program in Regional Development is designed for professionals who have collected several years of experience in their field working at national, regional and local levels of decision-making or at think-tank organizations. It belongs to the Doctoral School of Regional Policy and Economics and as such, it is a nationally accredited doctoral program in Hungary.
The aim of the program is to train high-quality professionals in the field of regional development. This aim is achieved by a well-structured program that provides strong theoretical base and at the same time supports independent research under expert supervision. The international network of the school and its professors provides many more opportunities than lectures only; the best students can apply for travel grants to conferences and for scholarships to our partner institutions abroad or they can be involved in the international projects of the
Faculty and its centre of excellence, the Regional Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Centre.
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|Type of training||Finances||Educational time||Start of education|
12 500 EUR / program
|Fall semester of 2020/2021 academic year|
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