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Thu Feb 10 2011

Jobs: General Ling: Phd Positions, U. of Groningen, Netherlands

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        1.     Wyke van der Meer , General Linguistics: Phd Positions, University of Groningen, Netherlands

Message 1: General Linguistics: Phd Positions, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Date: 09-Feb-2011
From: Wyke van der Meer <w.a.van.der.meerrug.nl>
Subject: General Linguistics: Phd Positions, University of Groningen, Netherlands
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University or Organization: University of Groningen
Department: Graduate School of the Humanities
Job Location: , Netherlands
Web Address: http://www.rug.nl/gradschoolHumanities/index
Job Rank: PhD positions

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics


Description:

3 PhD positions Graduate School of Humanities: Language and Cognition (2,7
fte) (211039-41)

Job description

The Graduate School of Humanities offers 3 positions to graduates in the
Arts. Candidates submit a research proposal (max. 1500 words). They are
free to choose their own subject, but it should fit into the field of one
of the three research institutes at the Faculty of Arts, in this particular
case the Center for Language and Cognition
(CLCG)(http://www.rug.nl/let/onderzoek/onderzoekinstituten/clcg/index).
Candidates are expected to complete a PhD dissertation within a four-year
period. Candidates and their proposals will be judged on:
. individual research qualities of the candidate
. originality of the research proposal
. quality of the proposed methodology incl. sources
. prospects of completion within 4 years
. feasibility of supervision from existing research fields within the
Faculty of Arts.

Qualifications

. university graduate
. MA degree in the Arts
. strong motivation to complete a PhD dissertation in four years
. proven affinity with chosen subject
. indication of research preferences and strategies for the elaboration of
the PhD
. proven research abilities
. fluency in written and spoken English (TOEFL 620, IELTS 7,5, Cambridge
Advanced CAE).

How to apply

For further details and for the application procedure go to:
http://www.rug.nl/gradschoolHumanities/admissions/phdPositions/2011phdPo
sitionsGsh_Linguistics

Application Deadline: 16-Mar-2011

Web Address for Applications: http://www.rug.nl/gradschoolHumanities/admissions/phdPositions/2011phdPositionsGsh_Linguistics
Contact Information:
Ms Wyke van der Meer
Email: w.a.van.der.meerrug.nl

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