Our PhD Programme is an interdisciplinary and international one and welcomes students with different educational backgrounds. Research areas include – though are not limited to – labour law, industrial relations, collective bargaining, school-to-work transition, youth employment, dual learning, active policies, occupational welfare, big data management, job retraining, agile and remote working through digital platforms.
This year, 23 positions are available, 18 of which are fully-funded. As for the latter:
- 8 positions are covered by scholarships
- 10 positions are covered by “higher-education” apprenticeship contracts
Applications should include, among others, the research project, a CV and two recommendation letters. Please look at the call for further information.
For informal enquiries, please make contact with firstname.lastname@example.org.