Scholarships for International PhD Programme in Criminology at Catholic University in Italy, 2018
Meet the 37-year-old Pastor, Peoples Coalition Party (PCP) candidate who came 3rd in the 2019 Presidential Election
Here is Felix Nicholas of the Peoples Coalition Party (PCP) who came a distance third in the just concluded 2019 Presidential Election with a total of 110,196 votes.
Nicholas Felix (37) is from Edo State, and is a full Time Pastor in the United States. Felix Nicholas contested under Peoples Coalition Party (PCP)
Dr. Nicholas Felix holds a doctorate degree in Divinity from CICA International University and Seminary in New York, United States.
Senior Pastor, President and Founder of Miracle Center International Inc. International Headquarters New York USA #NijaBox
Meanwhile, The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC has finished collating the results of the presidential election held on Saturday and the list of the votes won by all 73 presidential candidates has been provided.
President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressive Congress polled 15,191,847 of the total votes to become the winner, while his closest opponent, Atiku Abubakar, gained 11,262,978 votes, an astonishing victory margin of 3,928,869 votes.
Here’s how all the candidates in the 2019 presidential election performed:
- Isaac Ositelu (A) – 19,209
- AbdulRashid Baba (AA) – 14,380
- Omoyele Sowore (AAC) – 33,953
- Chike Ukaegbu (AAP) – 8,902
- Shipi Godia (ABP) – 4,523
- Nwokeafor Ikechukwu (ACD) – 11,325
- Obiageli Ezekwesili (ACPN) – 7,223
- Obadiah Mailafia (ADC) – 9,874
- Yusuf Yabaji (ADP) – 54,930
- Nwachukwu Nwabuikwu (AGA) – 4,689
- Umenwa Godwin (AGAP) – 3,071
- Yusufu Obaje (ANDP) – 3,104
- Fela Durotoye (ANN) – 16,779
- Shittu Moshood (ANP) – 3,586
- Tope Fasua (ANRP) – 4,340
- Aliyu Ibrahim (APA) – 36,866
- Muhammadu Buhari (APC) – 15,191,847
- Shittu Mohammed (APDA) – 26,558
- John Gbor (APGA) – 66,851
- Mamman Yusuf (APM) – 26,039
- Obinna Ikeagwuonu (APP) – 3,585
- John Dara (ASD) – 2,146
- Angela Johnson (AUN) – 1,092
- David Ize-Iyamu (BNPP) – 1,649
- Geff Ojinika Chizee (C4C) – 2,391
- Lewis Abah (CAP) – 1,111
- Emmanuel Etim (CNP) – 1,874
- Frank Ukonga (DA) – 2,769
- Awosola Olusola (DPC) – 5,242
- Felix Osakwe (DPP) – 14,483
- John Onwubuya (FJP) – 4,174
- Chris Okotie (FRESH) – 4,554
- Davidson Akhimien (GDPN) – 41,852
- Samuel Eke (GPN) – 4,924
- Albert Owuru (HDP) – 1,663
- Nnamdi Madu (ID) – 1,845
- Sunday Chukwu-Eguzolugo (JMPP) – 1,853
- Adesina Fagbenro-Byron (KP) – 1,911
- Kriz David (LM) – 1,438
- Usman Muhammed (LP) – 5,074
- Olufunmilayo Adesanya-Davies (MAJA) – 2,651
- Isah Bashayi (MMN) – 14,540
- Hamisu Santuraki (MPN) – 2,752
- Rabia Hassan (NAC) – 2,279
- Babatunde Ademola (NCMP) – 1,378
- Yunusa Salisu (NCP) – 1,378
- Johnson Edosomwan (NDCP) – 1,192
- Robinson Akpua (NDLP) – 1,588
- Paul Ishaka (NEPP) – 1,524
- Asukwo Archibong (NFD) – 4,096
- Eunice Atuejide (NIP) – 2,248
- Ike Keke (NNPP) – 6,111
- Maimuna Maina (NPC) – 10,081
- Usman Ibrahim (NRM) – 6,229
- Moses Ajibiowu (NUP) – 5,323
- Felix Nicholas (PCP) – 110,196
- Atiku Abubakar (PDP) – 11,262,978
- Peter Ameh (PPA) – 21,822
- Victor Okhai (PPC) – 8,979
- Hamza Al-Mustapha (PPN) – 4,622
- Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim (PT) – 2,613
- Israel Nonyerem Davidson (RAP) – 2,972
- Chukwudi Osuala (RBNP) – 1,792
- Nseobong Nsehe (RP) – 2,388
- Donald Duke (SDP) – 34,746
- Thomas Da-Silva (SNC) – 28,680
- Ahmed Buhari (SNP) – 3,941
- Isiaka Balogun (UDP) – 3,170
- Mark Emmanuel (UP) – 1,561
- Ahmed Inwa (UPN) – 1,631
- Nwangwu Uchenna (WTPN) – 732
- Ali Soyode (YES) – 2,394
- Kingsley Moghalu (YPP) – 21,886
Registered voters – 82,344,107
Accredited voters – 29,364,209
Votes cast – 28,614,190
Valid votes – 27,324,583
Rejected votes – 1,289,607
The Catholic University is delighted to offer scholarships to study international PhD programme in Criminology. International students are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
The PhD aims to train professionals able to meet traditional and emerging standards of excellence in the criminological sector. This goal is achieved through a specific program that combines training, research and teaching.
Founded in Milan in 1921 by Father Agostino Gemelli, the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart is the most important Catholic University in Europe and, in the face of growing international openness, it is also the only Italian university that can boast a national dimension with its five Campus: Milan, Piacenza, Cremona, Brescia and Rome, where the “A. Gemini”.
- Applications Deadline: All year round
- Course Level: Scholarships are available to pursue the PhD programme.
- Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded in the field of Criminology.
- Scholarship Award: In line with what was decreed by the Ministry of Education, University and Research, the amount of the scholarship will be € 15.343,28 gross per year.
PhD students enrolled in the second and third year, in addition to the scholarship, will receive a monthly net fee of € 200 calculated on each month of collaboration with the Transcrime centre. This additional amount will be recalculated if the amount of the scholarship established by law were to change.
The scholarship will be increased by 50% during periods abroad. Starting in the second year, candidates will have a research expenditure budget equal to 10% of the scholarship.
To promote the internationalization of the doctorate, the winning candidates residing abroad can receive up to € 5,000 for documented travel and accommodation expenses incurred during the first year of the doctorate for the transfer to Milan.
- Nationality: International students are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
- Number of Scholarships: Numbers not given
- Scholarship can be taken in Italy
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
Eligible Countries: International students are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
Entrance Requirements: Applicants must meet the following criteria:
PhD candidates will attend Master courses aimed at completing and strengthening the candidates’ background (1st-year candidates). The necessary course work to be carried out is defined upon admission to the Programme. Course work is defined in accordance with each candidate’s curriculum. Master courses will include a final examination. Additionally, PhD candidates will prepare a paper (in English) on a topic agreed upon with the Professor of the course(s). Graduate courses may include:
- Statistics and advanced statistics
- Criminal law and procedure (Italian and comparative)
- The methodology of criminological research
- Criminology and Applied Criminology
English Language Requirements: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.
How to Apply: The call for applications is available in English and Italian at the webpage of the PhD Office. Candidates must fill the application form.