The Copenhagen Business School Ph.D. scholarship is currently accepting applications in the department of Strategy and Innovation.
The three-year Ph.D. program at CBS enables you to conduct research under the guidance of CBS faculty while also receiving research training.
The program is quite international, and you will be asked to attend international research conferences and spend time as a visiting Ph.D. student in another country.
The Ph.D. student will be enrolled in the Economics and Management Ph.D. School. The SI Ph.D. cohort, which is a structured research-training program, will accept the chosen individuals.
This contains a set of courses on topics such as innovation, entrepreneurship, econometrics, and publishing, among others.
Ph.D. alumni from CBS are valued not just in academia and research institutes, but also in government and industry, where their research skills are in great demand.
Recent SI Ph.D. grads have found jobs at SKEMA, Tilburg University, IESE, and the University of Southern California.
Worth of Scholarship
According to the national Danish collective agreement, the three-year scholarships are fully paid employment.
The scholarship covers tuition, office space, travel subsidies, and a monthly income ranging from DKK 28,000 (about 3,700 euro) to DKK 31,600 (approximately 4,200 euro), depending on seniority, and a pension contribution of 17.1 percent of the basic pay.
Requirements for the Copenhagen Business School Ph.D Scholarship
Applicants with the following criteria will be given preference by the Department: outstanding university grades, an educational background in the social sciences, and, ultimately, fluency in English.
To be accepted for the three-year program, the applicant must have completed a master’s level of training (equivalent to the 3 + 2 Bologna process and a total of 180+120 ECTS). Applicants with a one-year Master’s degree, on the other hand, maybe eligible for review.
Ph.D. students entering the Ph.D. program with a one-year Master’s degree (60 ECTS) will be offered a four-year program and will be treated as Master’s students for the first two years.
Teaching responsibilities are part of the Ph.D. scholarship.
How to Apply for the Copenhagen Business School Ph. D scholarship
- By the application deadline, Copenhagen Business School must have received all application materials, including any appendices.
- The application must be submitted using the electronic recruiting system, which may be found at the following link.
- A 5-page project description must be included in the application. A presentation of an original research topic, a description of the initial theoretical framework and methodology, a presentation of the recommended empirical material, and a work plan should all be included in this research proposal.
- In addition to the research project, the applicant must contain the following: Relevant degrees or confirmation of master’s enrollment,
Curriculum vitae (CV) (CV),
- A list of papers and publications, as well as one copy of a chosen written work (e.g., a Master’s thesis), if applicable.
Deadline for application: March 10, 2022.
For more information and to apply, go here.
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