- Master's programmes and PhD
- Peace and Conflict Studies (master's 2-years)
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Apply to join the European Politics Simulation on 21-28 April!
Application deadline is the 31st of January.
Here is some more information about the Conference. You can read more and apply on their webpage
MEUS is the world's most authentic simulation of the EU's decision-making process taking place in the building of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. The conference brings together 200 highly motivated students and young professionals, giving them the exclusive opportunity to have experience of the functioning of European institutions right on the premises of the European Parliament.
For one week, participants have the chance to take on roles of MEPs, Ministers of the Council of the EU, journalists, lobbyi...
Osloforskning-scholarship: application deadline Thursday 15. February
Osloforskning is a collaboration between Oslo kommune and University of Oslo which aims to promote research and recruitment for research that retrieves its theme from Oslo. Are you writing a master's thesis about an Oslo-related theme? Apply for a scholarship from Osloforskning.
Bjørn Erik Rasch søker etter 1-2 masterstudenter som kan jobbe på timebasis på prosjektet «The Evolution of Parliamentarism and Its Political Consequences» i vårsemesteret 2018 (til og med mai måned). Antall timer per uke vil variere, men et snitt på 5-10 timer per uke kan være et utgangspunkt. Arbeidet gjelder datainnsamling og omkoding av variable i eksisterende databaser (særlig knyttet til ParlGrov).
Arbeidet vil for en stor del skje i kontakt med forskere i utlandet. Det forutsettes gode statistikkunnskaper (ved at du har tatt STV-4020B eller tilsvarende). Mer informasjon om prosjektet finnes her.
Søknad sendes Bjørn Erik Rasch. Skriv gjerne litt om din bakgrunn og oppgi karakterer på metode/statistikk-emner...
Take a look at the career interview with former student in Peace and Conflict Studies at the Department of Political Science UiO, Melanie Sauter. She is currently a PhD researcher at the European University Institute.
A Ph.D. at the EUI
Approximately 150 scholarships available for September 2018
Four-year fully-funded Ph.D. programmes in:
■ History and Civilization
■ Political and Social Sciences
Our call for Ph.D. applications is open from 2 November 2017 to 31 January 2018.
Apply online at: www.eui.eu/phd
Through the student scholarships, ARENA offers a workspace and supervision for MA students writing a thesis within our research field. The grants are announced annually.
Planning on doing fieldwork for your Master's thesis or just curious?
Research Professor Morten Bøås will share from his wide experience from fieldwork in a number of African countries.
Time and place: October 16, 12:15 PM - 2:00 PM, Eilert Sundt's house, room 847
From April 18th you are not allowed to wear watches during exams at the University of Oslo. The reason for that is that there is a lot of new smart watches on the market, and it is not possible to distinguish these from the traditional watches. The clocks must henceforth be put in bags, jacket pockets or the like along with mobile phones, MP3 players and other electronic equipment.
Wearing a wristwatch during the examination could be considered an attempt to cheat on an equal footing with other illegal aids. It will be visible clocks in all the examination premises.
Wednesday January 18 or Friday January 20 12:15 to 13:00 Sophus Bugges hus, seminarrom 1
Learn to navigate our library and gain insight into academic writing and citation:
- How to properly cite your sources in a paper
- How to make a list of references
- The different styles of reference
- Tips about how to write a good paper
The Department of Political Science will arrange a meeting for students who are planning, or considering, to do field work as part of their MA thesis. The aim of this meeting is to ensure that students are sufficiently prepared to do field work, in particular in (post)conflict countries, and to address practical as well as academic issues connected to doing field work.
The meeting will be held by senior research fellow Francesca R. Jensenius, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.
Her main research interest is how electoral dynamics and institutional design affect different types of inequality in society. This she pursues through a multi-method approach, combining large-scale data collection and analysis with extensive field work.
Tuesday November 15th, at 15.15pm, room 847.
Welcome to our Information meeting August 15th at 13.00-15.00, Room 847, Eilert Sundt.
13.00 -13.45 Welcome and presentations by Hilde Henriksen Waage and Håvard Strand
13.45 -14.00 Information from the Library by Ragnhild Sundsbak
14.00 -14.15 Break
14.15 -14.30 The student council by James Campbell McDonald and Program Council/students representatives Silje Gregersen
15.00 Practical information by Siri Marie Aamodt and Siv Håberg