Apply for the Fully Funded Scholarships at Ghent University. The deadline for the application is 25th August 2020. The name of the scholarship is Doctoral Fellowship in Sports Fraud at Ghent University 2020.
- A completed Master’s degree (MA or MSc) in a relevant field of study (e.g., psychology, educational sciences, moral sciences). Good study results throughout the entire educational trajectory are an asset.
- Also, a strong interest in scientific research in general and sport- and fraud research in particular.
- Clear scientific and communicative skills (e.g., critical thinking, scientific writing, presentation skills, project management, methodological skills).
- Likewise, profound knowledge of the Dutch language is a strong asset as regular contacts with organizations in the fields of sports and justice in Flanders will be required.
- Also, profound knowledge of the English language is a prerequisite, as the successful candidate will have to present during international conferences and publish in international scientific journals.
- Similarly, strong social skills that enable to work in a team, combined with the necessary skills to work independently (yet with guidance and mentoring) on subprojects.
- Similarly, someone who integrates a flexible and creative mindset with strong administrative and organizational skills.
- Likewise, someone with a responsible personality, who values ethics, both in social contacts as well in relation to scientific research.
Value of Scholarship
- A fulltime, fully-funded Ph.D. position of maximum four years (upon successful yearly evaluations).
- Also, correct and beneficial salary (conform to the official university scales).
Established in 1817 by King William I of the Netherlands, Ghent University is a public research university located in Ghent, Belgium. Also, after the Belgian Revolution of 1830, the newly formed Belgian state began to administer the university. Additionally, in 1930, it became the first Dutch-speaking university in Belgium—French having been the academic language up to that point. In 1991, the university was granted major autonomy and changed its name from State University of Ghent to its current designation.
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