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General information
This postgraduate is designed as a cutting-edge approach to first-year PhD training in a collaborative framework with four partner universities, Christian-Albrechts Universität in Kiel, Universiteit Tilburg and the University of Glasgow. Researchers from a wide-range of other European partner universities participate as lecturers and external exami­ners. This programme combines the advantages of close, personalised supervision with those of integration into bigger research units of excellence with an international community of interdisciplinary researchers. The first-year PhD training is a novel approach to PhD supervision: PhD candidates analyse legal problems and academic comment together with their supervisor and have the opportunity to engage renowned experts in the fields of their research. This rigorous training ensures they have the knowledge and tools to complete a PhD research project that is internatio­nally recognised as excellent.
Target group and entrance requirements
The postgraduate targets students and professionals interested in pursuing a PhD in the area of globalisation and legal theory. This includes candidates with research interests in legal theory, legal and political philosophy and human rights law.
Candidates must have a Masters in Law with a grade average equivalent to a B+ in the Anglo-Saxon system. Candidates from the US with a juris doctor only are accepted. Candidates with a master degree whose first degree is not in law have to demonstrate that they have sufficient knowledge of law. All candidates must propose a research project that falls in the domain of globalisa­tion and legal theory. Candidates whose mother tongue is not English must provide evidence of their command of English through internationally standardised tests.
Evaluation and certificate
In each module, you will be assessed on a pass/fail basis. To obtain the PAVO certificate and be allowed to continue to the second and third year of the PhD, you must have obtained at least 20 credit points.
Contact details
University of Antwerp
Faculty of Law
City Campus, Venusstraat 23
2000 Antwerp, Belgium

Research Professor in Globalisation and Legal Theory
Prof. dr. George Pavlakos
georgios.pavlakos@ua.ac.be 
www.ua.ac.be/GLT