Friday, 20 July, 2018 - 09:27

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship on Global Citizenship Education.

The International Research Centre on Global Citizenship Education is seeking to appoint a one year fully funded Postdoctoral Research Fellow to work on the issue on Global Citizenship Education.

In particular, the candidate will be mainly, but not exclusively, involved in two projects carried out in collaboration with two NGO networks funded by the Italian Development Cooperation Agency of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Both projects include impact assessment activities of the actions implemented on the Italian territory by the institutions.

More broadly, the candidate who is awarded the research grant will be affiliated to the International Research Centre on Global Citizenship Education (IRC-GloCEd) based at the Department of Life Quality Studies, University of Bologna, and will contribute to the research and networking activities of the Centre, in close cooperation with  the European Network of researchers in Global Education, ANGEL (Academic Network of Global Education and Learning).

Both Italian and foreign nationals are admitted to the selection process as long as they fulfil the following requirements for admission to the selection process: 

  1. PhD in the areas of education, political sciences, sociology
  2. Advanced-level knowledge of Italian and English

Deadline for application: August 3rd.
There will be an oral exam for candidates early in September and the candidate is expected to start immediately after.

ANGEL Network,
Development Education Research Centre (DERC)
UCL Institute of Education
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London WC1B 5JU

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