Ph.D. programme within reconciliation, conflict transformation and peacebuilding is a multi-Transdisciplinary scientific field. Developing transdisciplinary research for best practices to a variety of research disciplines in Education, Politics, Law, Religion, Media, Geography, Tourism, Urbanism, Economy, Digital Humanities and Information Technology and Integrating many other disciplines.
Scientific key words
Reconciliation studies, Conflict Transformation, Peacebuilding, Peace, Transdisciplinary research, Middle East and North Africa
Faculty of Theology, Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Faculty of Law
Internationally Academic alliance for Reconciliation for the Middle East and North Africa Network (see website for cooperation partners)
Current number of doctoral candidates
3 accepted and 31 applications pending
How can I become a doctoral candidate? What is the method of selection?
After handing in the proposal, you will get the opportunity to present it in a pitch. After the pitch, the proposal can be revised. The final version will be judged by four reviewers.
Are there fixed dates to apply?
The Ph.D. programme has a "rolling admissions" policy: projects and Ph.D. proposals might be submitted at any time.
Are there possibilities to be funded in this programme?
The programme does not offer funding, but various other funding options can be used, like DAAD scholarship or DFG grant.
Interesting for graduates of the following subjects:
Reconciliation studies, Peace Studies, applied ethics, Digital Humanities, Political Science, philosophy, Peacebuilding studies, Comparative Religion, education, management, Information Technologies in computer science, social sciences.
Dr. phil. (with social science topic), Dr.-Ing (with computer science and information technologies topic)
The Academic Alliance for Reconciliation, Conflict transformation and Peace Studies
Dr. phil. Iyad Muhsen AlDajani
Leutragraben 1 No15
Tel: +49 (0) 3641 / 9 94278