Norwegian School of Economics Scholarship for PhD Students in Norway (Fully Funded)
NHH Norwegian School of Economics 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.
About the Norwegian School of Economics
Founded in 1936, NHH Norwegian School of Economics is one of the leading colleges of economics and business in Europe and Norway where the college offers master’s and doctoral degrees.
About The Scholarship :
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.
Host University: Norwegian School of Economics
Department: Department of Economics
Course Level: Ph.D.
Nationality: All nationalities except Norwegian
Place of study: Norway
Deadline: January 15, 2020
Eligibility for the Norwegian School of Economics
the scholarship is only available for International students can apply.
Accepted Criteria: To be eligible, an applicant must have a master’s degree from a recognized university.
Students must obtain admission to the University’s doctoral degree program. After admission, students must complete the online application for the scholarship
The annual salary for the PhD Research Scholar position is set according to the Norwegian State Salary, which currently is NOK 479 000 (equivalent to approximately EUR 47 500 or USD 52 300). The salary ensures a fair standard of living in Norway and is subject to Norwegian taxes and benefits, including public health care benefits and pension savings.
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