PhD students at the Institute for Conflict, Transition, and Peace Research benefit from the expertise of both core and affiliated staff with interdisciplinary knowledge, multi-methodological training and varied regional and topical expertise.

PhD students currently supervised by Institute staff study a variety of topics, from women's participation in peacebuilding in North East India to the role of social movements in Thailand, and from the meaning of security in Israeli-Palestinian relations to the involvement of external actors in the Georgian-Abkhazian conflict.

In addition, there are sources of potential funding for PhD studies. For further information please visit;