WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management is a privately funded business school based in Vallendar/Koblenz and in Düsseldorf. It is a leading business school in Germany and is continuously ranked among the top business schools in Europe. WHU‘s academic degree programs and executive education programs provide excellent educational opportunities for every career stage.
The Chair of Sports and Management invites applications for the position of Research Assistant / Doctoral Student (m/f) located at the WHU Campus Düsseldorf.
Research and Academic Programs at WHU
WHU is committed to excellence in management education concerning both learning and knowledge creation. Our commitment to excellence in research is based on three principles: quality, international orientation, and relevance for research and business practice. In this context, WHU offers a stimulating international environment. Our commitment to learning involves educating first-rate graduates and providing life-long learning opportunities.
- Doctoral project with praxis-oriented and scientific publications
- Supporting real-life projects in cooperation with the partners of the Center
- Preparing teaching concepts, performing lectures and/or seminars
- Tasks related to the chair administration
- Support of the Center`s events and their preparation
- Excellent masters diploma in economics or in other management-related discipline
- Enthusiasm towards topics related to sport, science and society
- Excellent command of the English language, strong interest towards international exchange
- Initial experiences with quantitative analysis and relevant research methods
- Drive, stamina, teamwork and a sense for society and social issues
- Entrepreneurial mindset and ability to work autonomously
WHU is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from international candidates.
Please send your application via email by August 20, 2015 to:
WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management
Erkrather Straße 224a, 40233 Düsseldorf, Germany
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