PhD Research Scholar Positions - Department Of Economics
The PhD specialisation
NHH is pleased to announce vacancies in the PhD specialisation in Economics. Candidates admitted to the PhD Programme at NHH will receive the title of PhD Research Scholar. Females are particularly encouraged to apply.
The Department of Economics is looking for highly motivated and talented individuals. The PhD specialisation in economics aims to give dedicated graduates a solid training in performing high quality scientific research in economics, making use of state of the art empirical and theoretical techniques. The programme prepares students for the international academic job market, for positions at national and international policy institutions, central banks and research organisations.
PhD research scholars are provided with personal computers, printer access, extensive library resources, and a wide range of software.
Applicants must meet the eligibility requirements of the PhD Programme.
You are required to upload electronically the following documentation with your application:
- Certificate of a Master of science degree or equivalent (please include transcripts of grades)
- Certificate of a Bachelor degree or equivalent (please include transcripts of grades)
- Other relevant certificates or transcripts (e.g. courses completed at the PhD level)
- If the issuing authority of grades and degrees does not use the ECTS grading scale, please include an official description of the applied grading scale system
- Statement of purpose describing your motivation for applying this position (250-300 words)
- Tentative research proposal (2000-4000 words) describing the aims, objectives, research questions, and elaborating on your motivation for pursuing the proposed area of research. Please note that your research project is tentative and often needs adjustments after acceptance into the programme
- Curriculum vitae
- A list of all publications and/or other documented research activities
- Contact details of two referees
Please upload the documents in separate files, not combined in one single file.
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