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After preparing all the materials you might need in order to apply for a PhD programme in any European country (e.g. you can see here), you will need to search in the universities' websites to find which universities provide PhD studies in photonics. You may find these information in PhD positions/PhD vacancies/job vacancies/Postgraduate studies. Generally, European universities provide PhD studies as job positions. This means that you will get paid monthly for your studies. This would be the best possible option for every student looking to apply for PhD studies. For example, here you can find a few links to PhD vacancies webpages of a few European universities:
DTU, Technical University of Denmark
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Eindhoven University of Technology
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork
You can find all the information regarding the vacancies in these pages. However, the aforementioned universities are only a few samples to show you what you need to get a PhD position in any field of your interest, e.g. Photonics. Try to find similar positions as your background in order to increase your chance of getting a PhD position.