MA & PhD Studentship in Korean Studies

The Graduate School of Korean Studies in the Academy of Korean Studies is a government-funded institution established to develop and globalise Korean studies. It brings together 50 faculty members and 250 students, a half of whom are international from 33 countries, to create an open and dynamic community to widen and deepen their knowledge in the fields of humanities and social sciences pertinent to Korea.

Programs

– Master’s degree
– Doctoral degree
– Research(non-degree)

Majors

– Korean History
– Diplomatics and Bibliography
– Philosophy
– Korean Linguistics·Korean Literature
– Anthropology·Folklore
– Religious Studies
– Musicology
– Art History
– Cultural Informatics·Human Geography
– Political Science
– Sociology
– Education
– Korean Culture and Society

Benefits for International Students

– Tuition fees are fully waived for the whole coursework period.
– About 70% of international students are provided with the Government Grant, a monthly stipend of £460.
– A 5:1 student-faculty ratio enables close one-on-one guidance.
– Korean language courses, tutoring, writing clinic, and various cultural activities are available free of charge, supporting students’ academic performance.

Requirements

– English language proficiency equivalent to or higher than TOEFL iBT 80, IELTS Academic Module 6.5, or TEPS 301 for applicants for Korean Culture and Society major
– Korean language proficiency equivalent to or higher than TOPIK(Test of Proficiency in Korean) level 4 for applicants except for Korean Culture and Society major

Application 
Applications are open on 24th September and close on 8th October 2021. Please apply online at gradaks.recruiter.co.kr

Why Study at GSKS? 

As an educational institute established and funded by the Korean government with the aim of promoting Korean studies, we provide international students with excellent educational and living environments as follows: 

  • Tuition fees are fully waived for the whole coursework period for all international students.
  • 69.8% of international students benefit from the Government Grant, a monthly stipend of 460 for a year, renewable upon evaluation.
  • 5:1 student-faculty ratio enables close one-to-one guidance by professors.
  • Korean language courses are available free of charge to assist international students with academic writing, presentations, and discussions.
  • Various programs such as tutoring, writing clinic, cultural activities and airfare subsidy for presentation abroad, etc. support students’ academic performance. 

Currently, approximately 250 students including about 120 international students from 33 countries are enrolled in our Master’s or doctoral degree program in the fields of humanities and social sciences pertinent to Korea.  

The Program 

  • Coursework period is 2 years for a Master’s degree program and 3 years for a doctoral degree program.
  • An academic year consists of two semesters and courses are provided for 15 weeks per semester. A spring semester begins in March, and a fall semester in September.
  • Most courses are taught in Korean, while courses in Korean Culture and Society major are provided in English.
  • Students earn 3 credits each course. In order to graduate, students of a Master’s degree program should complete 24 credits, and a doctoral degree program 36 credits, other than mandatory Korean language courses which are non-credit. Both Master’s degree and doctoral degree students should write a thesis. 

Entry Requirement 

  • A keen interest in Korean studies, coupled with an undergraduate degree (for a Master’s degree program) or a graduate degree (for a doctoral degree program)
  • English language proficiency equivalent to or higher than TOEFL iBT 80, IELTS Academic Module 6.5, or TEPS 301 for applicants for Korean Culture and Society major
  • Korean language proficiency equivalent to or higher than TOPIK(Test of Proficiency in Korean) level 4 for applicants except for Korean Culture and Society major 

Application Deadline 

Applications are sought twice a year. Application for 2022 spring semester will be open on 24 September and close on 8 October 2021. Applications for 2022 fall semester will be sought in March 2022.

How to Apply 

To apply, visit here and complete the online application form. A soft copy or a scanned copy of the following documents should be uploaded on the application website:

  • Personal Statement
  • Research Plan
  • A graduation certificate and official transcripts
  • A score report of TOFEL iBT, IELTS Academic Module, or TEPS (if applicable)
  • A TOPIK certificate (if applicable) 

In addition, a letter of recommendation should be sent by email. 

Selection Process 

  • 1st Process (If applicable) : Korean Language Proficiency Test

–    If applicants do not submit a valid TOPIK score certificate, GSKS Korean language teachers conduct a phone interview to test their Korean language proficiency.

–    Applicants for Korean Culture and Society major are not applicable.

  • 2nd Process : Document Screening

–    Document screening is held for applicants who meet all the application requirement.

–    Overall evaluation of applicants’ research plan, academic ability, language proficiency, and academic background (shown in personal statement and a recommendation letter) takes place. 

  • 3rd Process : A Video Interview

–    A video interview is held to those who have passed the 2nd process. 

Contact Us 

If you have any queries about the program or the application process, please contact us at admission_intl@aks.ac.kr or +82-31-730-8183. 

TYPE / ROLE 

Master’s Degree or Doctoral Degree Program 

SUBJECT AREAS 

  • Korean History
  • Diplomatics and Bibliography
  • Philosophy
  • Korean Linguistics · Korean Literature
  • Anthropology · Folklore
  • Religious Studies
  • Musicology
  • Art History
  • Cultural Informatics · Human Geography
  • Political Science
  • Sociology
  • Education
  • Korean Culture and Society (Only available for Master’s degree program) 

LOCATION 

Seongnam City – South Korea 

Perched on the side of Cheonggye Mountain, 30km south of the center of Seoul, the campus provides a fantastic setting for the academic pursuits of students with its peaceful atmospheres and natural environments. Also, students can reach dynamic youth culture of Gangnam area within 30 minutes by bus as well as artistic and historic heritage of Seoul city center within an hour

Click here to find out more and fill in application.

NIAS seeks to host applicants for Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships

The Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen is issuing a call for interested candidates seeking support to submit a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship. These EU-funded Fellowships:

·       are open to researchers moving within Europe, as well as those coming to Europe from other parts of the world.

·       can restart a research career after a break, such as parental leave.

·       can help researchers coming back to Europe find a new position.

To apply, you will need a completed PhD, a very strong academic profile and a research proposal of up to ten pages, in a field involving Asian studies.

The scheme is very competitive: review scores of over 90% are typically required to secure funding.

The call opened on 22 June 2021, with a deadline expected on 12 October 2021.

Results will be available in by March 2022, with the earliest expected Fellowship start dates being 1 August 2022.

NIAS is a regional institute established in 1968, with its own academic press and library services. Administratively, it is located within the Department of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen (see www.nias.ku.dk).

NIAS supports work in all areas of Asian studies across the social sciences and humanities, but has particular strengths on East and Southeast Asia. Special areas of current interest include, but are not limited to:

·       Climate and sustainability

·       Comparative politics

·       International relations, especially relations between the Nordic region and Asia

·       Gender

·       Digital media

Because this scheme supports mobility, applicants presently based in Denmark or those who have spent 12 months or more in Denmark over the last three years are not eligible.

Anyone interested in applying should send a CV and a two page outline research proposal to NIAS Director, Duncan McCargo, duncan(at)nias.ku.dk, as an initial expression of interest by 19 July 2021.

We will work intensively with selected applicants to review, prepare, refine and submit the final application, as hosts for a Marie Curie postdoctoral Fellowship. Please note that we do not hold any funding ourselves: we are simply making nominations to the programme, with no certainty of success.

Further information is available online:

https://ec.europa.eu/research/mariecurieactions/actions/postdoctoral-fellowships

Call for Contributions – Transformative Approaches in the Mekong Region (€350 allowance)

To explore new political viewpoints and to facilitate a sharing processes in the ASEAN region and towards Europe, the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Asia – Hanoi office is calling for contributions on the themes: (i) Social-Ecological Transformation, (ii) Climate Justice and (iii) Food Sovereignty. Please find attached the full document for more details and please help share this to relevant stakeholders.

The contributions can be of various types like academic papers, interviews, political analyses, picture series, comics etc. The selected papers will be published by the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung in a joint book in English and German language.

The final paper should be maximum 15,000 characters describing ideas, concepts or projects of a Social-Ecological Transformation and how they can transform the society. The contributions may focus on projects and concepts in the five Southeast Asian Mekong countries Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar.

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Asia will support the editing and publishing of papers that are relevant for our themes and approaches. For each selected paper we will provide an allowance of 350 EUR net.

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Process of submitting papers:

·         A first overview of the paper (maximum one page) should be sent before 6th of June 2021. Paper Selection will be finished by Mid-June

·         The full paper of maximum 15,000 characters should be sent before 15th of September 2021. Related Pictures would be highly valued.

Overviews and papers can be submitted via e-mail to Uyen.Tran@rosalux.org. If you have any inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us via the above e-mail address.

Click here for the full call for contribution

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: 2021 ASIA FELLOWS (American Political Science Association)

“Evolution and Challenges in Local Governance in Asia”
Virtual Summer Program – July/August

We are pleased to announce a Call for Applications for early-career scholars who would like to participate in this year’s Asia Pacific Workshop. The virtual summer program will be conducted as series of weekly zoom sessions from mid-July through mid-August. The workshop will bring together up to 12 selected scholars to advance research related to local governance and decentralization across Asia. This program is part of a multi-year effort to support political science research among early-career scholars in East and Southeast Asia, and to strengthen research networks linking Asian scholars with their colleagues overseas.

Leading the workshop will be Maria Ela Atienza (University of the Philippines, Diliman, Philippines), Allen Hicken (University of Michigan, USA), Yuko Kasuya (Keio University, Japan), and Sarah Shair-Rosenfield (University of Essex, UK). The workshop will consist of weekly sessions held over 5 weeks (from July 12 through August 13). Following their participation in the full program, alumni will receive 2 years’ membership to APSA and will be eligible to apply for small research grants.

The deadline for applications is Monday, May 31, 2021. See the Call for Applications.pdf.

Eligible Participants 
The workshop is intended for PhD students and post-doctoral fellows in political science, international relations, and other social science disciplines who are citizens of countries in East and Southeast Asia, especially those who are currently based at universities or research institutes in the region (defined as Brunei, Cambodia, China, Timor-Leste, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam). We also welcome applications from citizens of countries outside the region or who are currently based at universities or research institutes in the United States.

Scholars should apply with a manuscript or research project in progress that they will present at the workshop. Professional fluency in English is required. Applications from scholars working on topics related to the workshop theme (as described below) are especially encouraged.

Workshop Theme
Focusing on East and Southeast Asia, this workshop will examine the heterogeneous experiences and outcomes associated with local governance and decentralization programs designed to devolve authority from central governments to subnational and local levels. As elsewhere around the world, experimentation with decentralization across Asia has produced mixed results; for each modest success story in one policy domain in one country, there is a counter-narrative of failure in another. Participants will explore key theories and puzzles in the study of local governance and decentralization, as well as their connections to and implications for wider inquiries concerning governance, public goods and service provision, identity politics, democratization and autocratization, and urban politics. Participants will utilize a range of methodological tools to analyze public behavior and opinion, mobilizing structures, state responses, and political outcomes before, during, and after the occurrence of popular protests. Thematic emphases include:

The Politics of Local Governance, Identity, and Representation

  • The interaction between local and national politics and political organizations
  • The politics, promise, and problems with decentralization
  • The effects of nation-state building and decentralization on identity politics
  • The effects of corruption, clientelism and rent-seeking in regional and local governments
  • Causes and consequences of national-local competition over resources, credit claiming, and agenda setting at the subnational level

Distinctive Challenges in Governing Urban and Semi-Urban Spaces

  • Overcoming infrastructural challenges in governing and providing services to Asia’s urban mega-cities
  • Managing the needs and demands of diverse and cosmopolitan urban populations
  • Crisis management and governance in cities, including re-envisioning urban spaces and usage amidst the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Urban jurisdictional overlap and complexities of transparent and accountable governance

Democratization and Democratic Backsliding Below National-Level Governments

  • When do local politics influence democratization?
  • What explains the persistence of subnational authoritarianism after national-level democratization?
  • How do national- and local-level democratic backsliding influence each other?
  • How do national-level authoritarian leaders impact local governments’ policy delivery?

Local Government Authority and Public Service Delivery

  • The complex relationship between local government capacity and the delivery of public services, including education, health, and sanitation
  • Emergency response and disaster management at the local or regional level
  • Non-homogenous distribution of environmental and other problems (e.g. environmental degradation, poverty, natural hazards, conflict) affecting service delivery and localized responses
  • Coordination and relationship of local governments with national governments and other governance actors (e.g. private sector, civil society, political parties and elites, international community) in public service delivery
  • Factors affecting public service delivery at the local level

How to Apply
Completed applications, including all necessary supporting documents (in PDF or Word format), must be submitted by May 31. Selected fellows will be contacted in June. Applications must be in English and include:

  1. The completed online Application Form.
  2. A detailed, recent curriculum vitae/resume.
  3. A research statement (2,000 words maximum) describing the work-in-progress you propose to discuss at the workshop. This statement should outline the main focus of the paper, the methods used, the data/fieldwork on which it is based, and how it relates to the workshop theme(s). The research project should not be based on any part of a co-authored project and should not be an excerpt from an already completed work or one that has already been accepted for publication. Submissions may be derived from an ongoing dissertation project if also suitable for a journal article.
  4. One letter of reference on official letterhead and scanned as electronic files. If you are a graduate student, the letter should be from your supervisor. If you are a researcher or faculty member, the letter can come from a former dissertation supervisor, a colleague at your home institution, a university official, or an employer. Your letter can be uploaded with your application material or the letter write can e-mail this directly to asiaworkshops@apsanet.org.

For more information, contact asiaworkshops@apsanet.org. Please do not contact the workshop leaders directly.

Australia-Vietnam Enhanced Economic Engagement Grant (AVEG) Pilot Program

On 14 November 2020, as part of a broader package of economic, development and security measures to support Southeast Asia’s recovery from COVID-19, Prime Minister Morrison announced the Mekong-Australia Partnership (MAP), a four-year $232 million investment, led by DFAT, with whole-of-government input. Pillar Three of the six pillars of MAP is focused specifically on Vietnam.

The AVEG Program 2021 will advance Australia’s international economic interests through bilateral engagement on trade and investment policy priorities of the Australian Government. 
Intended outcomes: 

  • Increase public awareness of Australia’s economic opportunities in Vietnam
  • Develop enduring partnerships across sectors in Australia and Vietnam
  • Increase Australia’s capacity to effectively engage with Vietnam in existing and emerging areas of mutual economic interest

Key eligibility criteria: 

  • Individuals who intend the grant to be administered by a university should apply on behalf of the university, i.e. your university is the applicant.

For more information, click here

Application deadline: 
Applications are currently open until Friday 14 May, 14:00 AEST

For any questions regarding the program, please email the Vietnam Economic Strategy Team at vietnameconomicstrategy@dfat.gov.au no later than 10 May 2021. 

ASEAN-China Young Leaders Scholarship (ACYLS) 2021

The ACYLS is an initiative put forward by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and echoed by all ASEAN leaders at the 21st ASEAN-China Summit in 2018. It enables ASEAN nationals to pursue post-graduate studies and training opportunities in China, thus enhancing ASEAN’s capacity building and promoting academic and vocation exchanges between China and ASEAN. The Chinese government, through the China Mission to ASEAN in cooperation with the Joint Committee in Jakarta, offers full scholarships for AUN member and associate member universities for the ACYLS 2021.Click >> Guidebook to the ASEAN China Young Leaders Scholarship 

Scholarship categoriesThe 2021 ACYLS intake includes award for: 

  • Master’s degree programme
  • Doctoral degree programme
  • One-semester research scholar programme 

Financial scheme 

ACYLS offers full scholarship covering all program-related expenses including tuition waiver and other school fees, accommodation, round-trip international air fare, comprehensive medical insurance and stipends. 

Length of Scholarship 

Recipients of ACYLS will be sponsored by the scholarship for a certain duration according to their enrolled length of schooling.

Supporting Category Length of SchoolingLength of Scholarship
Master’s Students 2-3 academic years2-3 academic years
Doctoral Students3-4 academic years 3-4 academic years
Research Scholars4-5 months4-5 months
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Eligibility

Applicants of ACYLS should meet the following criteria: a. Citizen of 10 ASEAN Member States;  
b. In sound physical and mental health;  
c. Proficient in English (i.e., must possess an IELTS score of at least 6.0 or a TOEFL score of at least 80 points); 
d. Holder of an undergraduate degree and under the age of 45 if applying for a Master’s degree; 
e. Holder of a graduate/master’s degree and under the age of 45 if applying for a PhD degree; 
f. Holder of at least an undergraduate degree if applying for the short-term research program; 
g. Having at least one-year work experience within government agencies, public or private institutions, universities, think-tanks or similar social agencies, and preferably has experience in the following: 
– Work related to foreign and international affairs, especially ASEAN and China ASEAN affairs; 
– Work or study in the PRC; 
– Academic work on China or ASEAN-related affairs; 
– Not a concurrent awardee of a Chinese government scholarship; 
– Meets other admission requirements of the Chinese universities to which the applicant has applied. 

Application Procedures 

Step 1- Complete online application by visiting CGSIS (Chinese Government Scholarship Information System) at http://www.csc.edu.cn/studyinchina or http://www.campuschina.org and click “Scholarship Application for Students” to log in. Online submission of the application is compulsory for each applicant by completing the application information and uploading all necessary supporting documents.

Step 2- Prepare the application documents according to the “List of Application Documents” and upload all the required documents into the online application system. Also submit one set of the hard copies of application form and relevant documents to the AUN Secretariat as required by the deadline. AUN Secretariat will then review the qualifications of all applicants and provide the list of recommended recipients to the Joint Committee of the ACYLS, which will decide the final recommendation list. 

Step 3- The Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC) will only process the applications recommended by the Joint Committee. Applicants not included in the list will not be considered. CSC reserves the right to make necessary adjustments to the applicants’ host universities. Click >> Guidebook to the ASEAN China Young Leaders Scholarship 

Submission deadline: 12 May 2021

One original hard copy of the applications must be submitted to the AUN Secretariat Office at below address by the deadline. 

Naparat Phirawattanakul (Ms.) 
Senior Programme Officer 
ASEAN University Network (AUN) Secretariat 
17 Floor., Chaloem Rajakumari 60 Building, Chulalongkorn University Phayathai Rd., Bangkok 10330 
Tel: 662-2153640 ext 106 
Fax: 662-2168808 
E-mail: aun.naparat@gmail.com 

http://www.aunsec.org/ACYLS-2021.php

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Call for Application: 2021 Higher Education for ASEAN Talents (HEAT): Scholarship Opportunity for ASEAN Faculty Members in the Republic of Korea

Title[Call for Application] 2021 Higher Education for ASEAN Talents (HEAT): Scholarship Opportunity for ASEAN Faculty Members in the Republic of Korea
AuthorKCUE
Date2021-03-11
ContentsKorean Council for University Education (KCUE) is launching a new scholarship entitled “Higher Education for ASEAN Talents (HEAT): Scholarship Opportunity for ASEAN Faculty Members in the Republic of Korea”. The purpose of this program is to invite faculty members from ASEAN higher education institutions to support their acquisition of a doctoral degree in Korea with the aim to enhance their expertise and promote people-to-people exchanges between Korea and ASEAN.  Year 2021: 30 Candidates* Country Quota and University Quota may vary depending on the application result.  Scholarship Period ◦ 3 years (September 1, 2021 ~ August 31, 2024)  Benefits◦ Roundtrip travel (one time only): Round-trip economy class flight ticket◦ Monthly Allowance: 1,100 USD per month◦ Relocation (Settlement) Allowance (one time only): 300 USD upon arrival◦ Tuition: All admission fees are waived by the host institution◦ Dissertation Printing Costs: 400~600 USD, depending on the actual cost◦ Language Training Costs and Medical Insurance: the amount coverage or benefits will vary depending on each university◦ Others: various incidental allowances depend on each university* All grants will be paid in KRW, and amounts may vary depending on the exchange rate.  KCUE requirements◦ Applicants with ASEAN citizenship◦ Applicants who are academic faculty members at a 4-year college/university * in their home country(*Higher Education Institution offering bachelor’s degree or equivalent courses)◦ Applicants whose highest educational attainment is a master’s degree or its equivalent.◦ Applicants who are in good health both physically and mentally to allow them to pursue their studies while residing in Korea over the long term.◦ Applicants who have discussed an academic leave of absence with the university they belong to and how to contribute to their school after their return.◦ Applicants who are younger than 45 years old on the day that the doctoral program starts (i.e. September 1, 2021).◦ Applicants who have a sufficient level of proficiency in Korean or English.◦ Applicants who meet each university’s additional requirements.  Place of Submission: University Admission’s Office * Applicants are to submit applications by airmail or online to one of the six designated universities directly. For further information, please check Attachments  Deadline of SubmissionUniversity (Application LInks)Deadline of SubmissionChung-Ang University2021.4.9Ewha Womans University2021.3.8 ~ 3.19Jeonbuk National University2021.3.15 ~ 3.26Kangwon National University2021.3.1 ~ 3.26Korea University2021.3.2 ~ 3.31 Kyung Hee University2021.3.15 ~ 4.2 (17:00)    Required documents◦ FORM 1. PERMISSION FOR STUDY LEAVE◦ FORM 2. APPLICANT AGREEMENT◦ FORM 3. PERSONAL MEDICAL ASSESSMENT◦ Original Certificate of Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree and each Transcript ◦ Certificate of Employment◦ Applicant’s Proof of Citizenship Documents * Universities’ additional requirement: please refer to Attachment    Timeline◦ Application Submission: March ~ April◦ 1st Round of Selection: April / 2nd Round of Selection: May◦ Announcement of 2021 HEAT Scholars: June (notification by the universities)◦ Applying for Korean VISA: July◦ Entry into Korea: by August 31st, 2021◦ Course Start Date: September 1st, 2021  
Attachments2021-2 HEAT Graduate Program_Guidelines(FINAL)_Deadline revised.pdf 
HEAT Form.docx 
[KCUE] HEAT Higher Education for ASEAN Talents_ASEAN Languages.zip 
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PhD Scholarships in Economics and Business Administration: £40,448 per year

NHH Norwegian School of Economics is looking for talented and highly qualified graduates. We offer international PhD scholarships to the best applicants within Accounting, Auditing and Law; Business and Management Science; Economics; Finance as well as in Strategy and Management. 

To apply, go to NHH Vacant Positions or click on the application links below.  

Application deadline: 15 January 2021 

The PhD Programme at NHH is a 4-year fully funded programme, combining an intensive course component with active research and teaching/work experience. It provides a solid training in performing high quality scientific research, preparing graduates for competitive careers in business and at international academic institutions. 

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PhD specialisations  

The Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law comprises three research groups that cover the core areas of financial accounting and auditing (FAA); management accounting and control (MAC); and economics, ethics and law (EEL). Applicants are encouraged to consult the department’s website for more information about the research profile of the department and its three research groups. Apply here

The Department of Business and Management Science offers a thorough understanding of science-based tools used to inform and improve economic decisions. The department prioritises inter-disciplinary research within the following fields: 

  • Firm behaviour, incentives and contracts 
  • Investment, insurance and household finance 
  • Business taxation 
  • Energy markets, resource management and sustainability 
  • Shipping, logistics and operations management 
  • Data science and analytics 

Apply here

The Department of Economics is looking for highly motivated and talented individuals. The PhD specialisation in economics aims to give dedicated candidates a solid training in performing high quality research, with 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. Apply here.  

The Department of Finance has an active research seminar series featuring invited top scholars and an internal brown bag seminar series. It hosts the Center for Corporate Finance, which is rated excellent by the Norwegian Research Council, and the newly founded Center for Asset Management. 

Our research spans all major fields of finance, including corporate finance, asset pricing, and market microstructure. We publish regularly in top journals and are one of the leading finance groups in Europe. The department has an active research seminar series featuring invited top scholars and hosts the Center for Corporate Finance, which is rated excellent by the Norwegian Research Council. Apply here

NHH is pleased to announce vacancies in the Department of Strategy and Management. The department welcomes applications specialising in several fields of research. The areas listed below represent research opportunities emphasized by the Department, but applications within other areas are also welcome.  

  • Digital Innovations for Growth (DIG)  
  • Adoption of technologies and innovations 
  • Creating and capturing value in the digital era 
  • Strategy in and for digital ecosystems 
  • Sustainable consumer behaviour and branding 
  • Decision science: Time and morality 
  • Team and cooperation research 
  • Strategic alliances and networks 

Apply here

About NHH 

Located in Bergen, a beautiful World Heritage City, NHH is renowned for its high academic standards.  

The school has an internationally recognized research environment and educates the leaders of the future. As such, NHH is the first choice for students who want to study economics and business administration in Norway. NHH has about 3,500 students and 400 employees. Currently more than 100 PhD Research Scholars conduct research within various fields of specialisation. Please visit our website for details about the PhD programme and our research activities

Salary and conditions 

PhD research scholars receive their own office space within their department and enjoy a highly stimulating and rewarding research environment. The annual salary for the PhD Research Scholar position is set according to the Norwegian State Salary, and currently pays 481 800 NOK (equivalent to approximately EUR 44 420 or USD 52 480). The salary ensures a fair standard of living in Norway, and is subject to Norwegian taxes and benefits, including health care provision. 

Application 

The applications for NHH’s international PhD scholarships can be accessed through NHH Vacant Positions. Please consult the job announcements for eligibility and application requirements (general and specific). 

The programme gives preference to applicants who submit relevant research proposals that fit best with the research interests of the department. If applicants are otherwise equally qualified, female applicants will be given preference.  

Details on submission procedure are specified in the admission requirements of the NHH PhD Programme. For questions and inquiries, please contact phd@nhh.no.  

Start date: August 2021

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Qualification Type:PhD
Location:Bergen – Norway
Funding for:UK Students, EU Students, International Students
Funding amount:NOK481,800 
£40,448.07 converted salary*
Hours:Full Time
Placed On:20th November 2020
Closes:15th January 2021