Every year, some 550 Utrecht PhD candidates obtain their doctorate

At Utrecht University, earning a PhD is a hands-on process that involves relatively little coursework.

You will conduct research from day one, which will allow you to develop your own ideas within the research group's theme. You will remain in close contact with your supervisors throughout the programme.

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17 October 2019
Last month, Brill published "Ambitious Antiquities, Famous Forebears" by Prof. Karl Enenkel and Prof. Koen Ottenheym.
17 October 2019
At the end of November, Routledge publishes "Cultures, Citizenship and Human Rights" by Prof. Rosemarie Buikema, Prof. Antoine Buyse and Prof. Antonius Robben.
7 October 2019
In this collection of essays, we advance the notion of urban interfaces to explore how situated media constitute the public spaces of our mediatized cities.
7 October 2019
This volume explores the challenges and possibilities of research into the European dimensions of popular print culture.
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3 October 2019
The September 2019 issue (Volume 37, Issue 3) of the Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights is now online.

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Events

Academiegebouw
22 November 2019 14:30 - 15:15
PhD dissertation of Yvonne Smit
Academiegebouw
22 November 2019 16:15 - 17:00
PhD dissertation of Ali Özbakir
Academiegebouw van de Universiteit Utrecht
25 November 2019 10:30 - 11:30
PhD Defence of Frederick Wekesah
Academiegebouw van de Universiteit Utrecht
25 November 2019 14:30 - 15:30
PhD Defence of Mihaela Vinken-Gamala
Vlag Universiteit Utrecht
25 November 2019 16:15 - 17:15
PhD defence C.E. Pompe MSc.

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