Postdoctoral Fellowships in Political Science at PluriCourts, University of Oslo in Norway, 2017
- 25 January 2017
1-2 postdoctoral fellowships of up to three years in political science are available at PluriCourts, the multidisciplinary Centre of Excellence for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order, at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo. Norwegian applicants can apply for this fellowship.
The primary research objective of PluriCourts is to analyze and assess the legitimate present and future roles of ICs. The University of Oslo, is the oldest, largest and most prestigious university in Norway, located in the Norwegian capital of Oslo. UiO attracts students and researchers from all over the world.
The University of Oslo, is the oldest, largest and most prestigious university in Norway, located in the Norwegian capital of Oslo. UiO attracts students and researchers from all over the world.
Applicants must have received the doctoral degree prior to taking up the position.
- The successful candidate is expected to live and work in Oslo during the project period and participate in common activities at the Centre, such as organizing workshops, contributing to seminars, co-authoring research publications, writing grant applications, etc.
- In assessing the applications, special emphasis will be placed on the demonstrated ability of the applicant to conduct, publish and present high quality research at an international level. Furthermore, we will evaluate the quality of the project proposal, and how it contributes to PluriCourts’ research agenda.
- Applicants must have received the doctoral degree prior to taking up the position.
- Short-listed applicants will be called for an interview at the University of Oslo.
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- Salary based on salary NOK 486 100, – to 567 100,- pr. year ( salary level 57-65)
- An academically stimulating working environment
- Favorable pension arrangement
- Attractive welfare arrangements
- The city of Oslo – a unique mix of vibrant cultural life and extraordinary nature
The electronic application should include:
- A letter of application
- A project proposal (maximum 3 pages) outlining how the applicant proposes to contribute to PluriCourts’ research agenda
- CV in English (maximum 2 pages) summarizing education, positions, pedagogical experience, administrative experience and any other qualifying activity
- A complete list of published and unpublished works. If a co-authored work is included, the applicant’s role must be made clear by a statement from the co-author.
- The three most relevant published or unpublished works.
- Contact details of at least two references from whom letters of recommendation can be solicited.
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