Italy: Scholarships for the PhD Program in Business Administration, University of Bologna

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The PhD program in Business Administration of the University
of Bologna trains brilliant researchers in the fields of management, by
offering courses in several areas such as organization theory, business
strategy, marketing, technology and innovation management, research
methods, statistics, econometrics. In addition to the courses, PhD
students have the opportunity to attend seminars held by
internationally renowned scholars, present their work at conferences,
spend a research period of at least 6 months in international academic
institutions. The courses are held in English. The PhD in Business
Administration (3-year program) is organized by the Department of
Management of the University of Bologna (www.sa.unibo.it), in
cooperation with the University LUISS Guido Carli of Rome and the
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.

In order to apply, a Master degree
(laurea specialistica/magistrale) is required. The 2009 edition of the
PhD in Business Administration (24th cycle) will start in January 2009.
10 students will be admitted to the program and 5 scholarships will be
offered. The number of scholarship-assisted places may increase thanks
to the financial support of public or private institutions. The net
amount of the scholarship is around 1000 Euro per month, for a 3-year
period. The amount of the scholarship can be increased during the
research period spent abroad (+50%) and through assistantships in teaching or contract research activities. Applications from foreign students are encouraged.

For further details on the PhD program in Business Administration,
the admission requirements and the selection procedures, please visit the website.

or contact the PhD Coordinator, Professor Federico Munari (federico.munari[ at ]unibo.it).

The call for application will be published at the beginning of August 2008 on this website.
The deadline to submit all the application documents (approx. 10th September 2008) will be specified in the call.

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