Department of Business and Economics PhD Scholarships, Denmark
Scholarship for doctoral studies in the field of Business and Economics at Southern University of Denmark
Study Subject : Business and Economics
Employer : Southern University of Denmark
Level : PhD
As part of the PhD programme, an individual education programme within the field of Economics or Business Administration has to be completed.
You will be expected to complete a six – month stay at a research institution abroad and, over the period of the programme, to acquire experience of teaching or dissemination activities.
You are also expected to participate in the various activities at the department and – apart from your stay abroad – to be regularly present at the department.
The PhD Scholarships are available to students who wish to enter the PhD programme in Economics or Business Administration, in the framework of either the 5+3 programme or the 4+4 programme. A 5+3 PhD scholarship is granted to applicants who have completed an MSc in Economics, Mathematics and Economics, Business Administration or similar.
The PhD Scholarship runs for three years. A scholarship in the 4+4 programme is given to applicants who have passed the fourth year of their Master’s programme or the equivalent.
The PhD Scholarship runs for a period of four years. For the first two years you will be enrolled in the PhD programme and the Master’s programme parallel to each other.
During that period your pay will consist of a combination of SU student grants and salary for job assignments (the first year only SU student grants). After obtaining the Master’s Degree, you will enter into a salaried PhD scholarship.
Pay and conditions of employment will be in accordance with the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations).
PhD Scholarship Application Deadline : 30th November 2010.
For further scholarship information and application visit : http://www.jobs.sdu.dk/vis_stilling.php?id=6179&lang=eng
Application Form Submission 16 Dec 2020 to 16 Jan 2021.