Finance

 
Degree: PhD
University: BI Norwegian School of Management , Faculty: Doctoral Programmes
City: Oslo , Country: Norway
Discipline: Business & Economics
 
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  • Start Date of Studies Unknown
  • Admission deadline February 28
  • Programme Alternatives full-time
  • Language English
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

    The specialisation provides PhD candidates with an in-depth and intensive training programme at the cutting edge of both theory and empirical work in finance. This programme aims to develop the students theoretical and empirical skills.

    The taught element of the programme provides students with an in-depth and intensive training programme at the cutting edge of both theory and empirical work in finance. The aim of this part of the programme is to develop the students theoretical and empirical skills such that they area able to contribute to the advancement of research within the field of financial economics. After completing the taught element of the programme PhD candidates undertake research that forms the written thesis under the supervision of a faculty member(s).

    The objective of the thesis is to produce research that offers a unique contribution to the literature in financial economics at forefront of the field. Given the objectives of the programme, we are seeking candidates who are interested in an academic career in research and teaching and who have ambitions to be placed at top level international research institution.

    Only highly qualified candidates are accepted into the programme.

    • The candidates join a selective group of PhD candidates from world class institutions across the globe.
    • The candidates work closely with the research faculty and are involved in ongoing research in the department.
    • PhD courses are taught by experts in the respective areas of research.
    • Weekly research seminar series with visiting scholars
    • Extensive databases.
    • All PhD candidates receive financial support while in the programme.

 
 
 

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