[SlovLit] Jezikoslovni doktorati
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Čet Feb 14 16:18:49 CET 2002
Posredujem razpis za podiplomski jezikoslovni studij na leidenski univerzi.
> > Subject: <ULCL> 3 PhD positions
> > ULCL invites applications for 3 PhD positions of
> > maximally 4 years.
> > The text below will appear in one of the national
> > newspapers at the
> > end of February 2002. It also appears on the
> > Internet at
> > http://www.let.leidenuniv.nl/ulcl/ad02.html
> > Deadline of applications will be three weeks from
> > the date of
> > publication. This date, as well as the application
> > number and any
> > further relevant details, will be provided as soon
> > as possible.
> > ULCL invites applications for 3 PhD positions
> > Linguistic research (3 PhD positions)
> > Application number : <to be included>
> > These positions will be embedded within the research
> > institute
> > Universiteit Leiden Centre for Linguistics (ULCL),
> > which encompasses
> > generative/formal, cognitive/functional/phonetic and
> > variationist/typological/historical research.
> > Candidates are invited
> > to apply by submitting a brief proposal for a
> > research project (for
> > details, see below). All linguistic projects will be
> > considered. PhD
> > students will carry out their research project
> > within the framework of
> > the Landelijke Onderzoekschool Taalwetenschap (LOT,
> > National Research
> > School of Linguistics) and will take part in the
> > training programme of
> > ULCL.
> > Further information: Prof. dr. V.J.J.P. van Heuven,
> > director of ULCL,
> > tel.: (+31) 71 527 23 19 / e-mail:
> > V.J.J.P.van.Heuven na let.leidenuniv.nl or dr. J.M. van
> > de Weijer,
> > coordinator of ULCL, tel.: (+31) 71 527 21 25 /
> > e-mail:
> > J.M.van.de.Weijer na let.leidenuniv.nl.
> > For these positions, the following criteria apply:
> > a. The project should result in a doctoral thesis
> > defence at the
> > Leiden Faculty of Arts;
> > b. A Full Professor from the Faculty should be
> > promotor ('primary
> > supervisor') of the project;
> > c. Candidates should have a Master's degree in an
> > Arts department or a
> > comparable degree that qualifies them for graduate
> > research. This
> > degree should have been obtained no longer than five
> > years ago. The
> > undergraduate diploma was preferably awarded a
> > qualification of
> > excellence. The Master's thesis was awarded a high
> > grade (8 or more on
> > a scale of 10).
> > d. The research proposal should be within the
> > research interests of
> > the research institute.
> > e. The research project should be of excellent
> > quality; innovative
> > proposals are preferred.
> > f. Candidates should have a clear interest in and
> > proven
> > qualifications for doing research. This should be
> > evident from the
> > Master's thesis as well as from the course load
> > taken during the BA/MA
> > training period.
> > g. Candidates should be able to finish the research
> > project within a
> > period of four years (or five years in the case of a
> > part-time
> > position).
> > The selection of graduate students takes place in
> > two phases. In the
> > first phase, the candidate offers the following
> > dossier to the
> > Faculty:
> > - a letter of application;
> > - an outline of the proposed PhD research project.
> > This should
> > contain: (i) name of the applicant, (ii) name of the
> > prospective
> > promotor and any other supervisors, if any, (iii) a
> > summary of the
> > proposed project (maximally one page);
> > - a statement of a Full Professor in the institute
> > indicating that, if
> > the proposal is selected, the Professor is willing
> > to supervise the
> > further elaboration of the project. This statement
> > implies that this
> > professor is willing to act as a promotor should the
> > candidate
> > eventually be elected for the position;
> > - a curriculum vitae. This should minimally contain
> > information on the
> > undergraduate training of the candidate (with copies
> > of the diploma
> > and an accompanying dossier of courses that have
> > been attended),
> > relevant professional experience in the area of
> > education and research
> > and a list of publications, if any. In case a
> > candidate has not (yet)
> > formally acquired his or her Master's diploma, they
> > should provide the
> > committee with (i) a list of validated results in
> > the undergraduate
> > programme so far, (ii) a written assessment of the
> > undergraduate
> > thesis and (iii) a time schedule for the period
> > leading to graduation.
> > Please note that incomplete applications will not be
> > considered!
> > On the basis of this file a number of the applicants
> > will receive an
> > invitation to submit an elaborated research proposal
> > to the Faculty.
> > With the invitation, additional information will be
> > supplied about
> > the documents to be submitted in the second phase.
> > The second
> > research proposal should be submitted to the Faculty
> > within one
> > month. An interview by the selection committee may
> > be part of the
> > second phase of the procedure.
> > Appointments are temporary positions, full-time as a
> > rule, for a
> > period of maximally four years. A 0.8 PhD position
> > (for five years) is
> > also possible. Candidates with post-Master's
> > experience may apply for
> > a three or even two-year contract; ceteris paribus
> > such candidates
> > will be given priority.
> > As a rule, around 85 per cent of a PhD student's
> > time is reserved for
> > research and training, the rest of the time is
> > reserved for teaching.
> > The candidate's willingness and capacity to teach
> > courses, both in the
> > projected research area as well as in a broader
> > scientific area, plays
> > a role in the selection procedure. At the time of
> > appointment, a
> > training and supervision plan will be drawn up.
> > The salary for PhD students is paid according to the
> > salary scale for
> > PhD student).
> > Applications should be submitted to the following
> > address, before xx
> > February/March. Please note the application number
> > on all materials!
> > Faculty of Arts
> > Personnel Department
> > Mrs. M.J.P. Okker, Head
> > Cleveringaplaats 1
> > Postbus 9515
> > 2300 RA Leiden
> > The Netherlands
> > Leiden University encourages women to apply.
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