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As the integrated graduate school of the UoC’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities, a.r.t.e.s. is responsible for all doctoral projects pursued at the Faculty.

There are two models of doctoral study: an individual doctoral project pursued in the standard model "Regular Track" and participation in the structured doctoral model "Integrated Track", in which students can receive different kinds of funding.

Calls for applications for the full-time doctoral scholarships and fellowships are published in the winter semester, calls for applications for the short-term scholarships in the summer semester, both on this website.

> Information on doctoral student admission (Regular Track und Integrated Track)

> Information on applying to the Integrated Track (structured doctoral model)

Information about pursuing a doctorate at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities can be found on the website of the Central Doctoral Office.

You can find general information on pursuing a doctorate at the University of Cologne on the website of the Albertus Magnus Center (AMC).