PhD Programme in Economics and Finance
University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg)
Start date: Sep 01, 2012
End date: Dec 31, 2016
Application Deadline: not specified
Type of Course: PhD Program
Study Options: Full-Time
Entry Requirements: Master
Course Fees: 200 Euros per Semester
Date of appearance on June 19, 2012
URL for further information: http://dsef.uni.lu
University of Luxembourg
162a, avenue de la Faïencerie
Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
The Doctoral School in Economics and Finance (DSEF) at the University of Luxembourg offers a full-fledged PhD programme in Economics and Finance. Its interdisciplinarity, its research for excellence, its link with a major financial centre makes it a unique programme.
The programme includes preparatory training year to academic research level, which can be performed at the University of Luxembourg or in any other reputed institution. The University of Luxembourg offers such a training programme: the Master in Economics and Finance Research-Track (http://mef.uni.lu)
The DSEF PhD programme includes 3 additional years (+1 year exceptionally) during which the PhD candidate writes a thesis under the supervision of a PhD supervisor in the department of Economics and/or Finance (http://crea.uni.lu and http://www.lsf.lu). In addition, the PhD candidates are offered additional training to enhance his/her specialized and general skills (20-30 ECTS).
The DSEF's first objective is to train PhD candidates to the most recent developments in their research domain and make them upgrade their knowledge and skills to the quantitative methods used in Economics and Finance. Over their first years, PhD candidates take courses and seminars in advanced training in their specific areas. Many doctoral training modules are offered by the DSEF. Others can be offered by partner Universities and institutions. The DSEF's second objective is to develop doctoral students' cross-disciplinary and academic competences. Doctoral students' career indeed requires cross-disciplinary knowledge, communication, writing, presentation skills. In addition, each doctoral candidate is expected to follow trainings in scientific writing, presentation, and communication skills. Those courses will be offered at the Faculty or University levels. Specific training and support should also be offered at this level to help students in their job market process.
The full offer of Doctoral School in Economics and Finance is available at http://dsef.uni.lu
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