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Doctoral Scholarships "Ethics and Responsible Leadership in Business"
Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics (WCGE)
Doctoral Program "Ethics and Responsible Leadership in Business"
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
The Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics (WCGE) hosts the Doctoral Program "Ethics and Responsible Leadership in Business" (ERL). For admissions in October 2019, the program will award up to
SIX DOCTORAL SCHOLARSHIPS.
Four scholarships are financed by the Karl Schlecht Foundation (KSG), two by the Stiftung der Deutschen Wirtschaft (SDW). The scholarship includes a monthly stipend of 1,350 € and a membership in the doctoral program.
The international doctoral program academically and financially supports doctoral students, who develop scientifically well-founded and practically relevant answers to questions arising in the research areas of economic, corporate, and leadership ethics. The doctoral program target highly qualified, socially engaged, and globally thinking, active young scholars and practitioners from all over the world. For further information see: www.ethicsinbusiness.eu.
The application deadline is February 17, 2019.
Thematic Focus of the Program and the Scholarships
Ethics of order, corporate ethics, and leadership ethics make up the research areas of the doctoral program. In particular, this program focusses on the framework for entrepreneurial value creation for the good of people, society, and the environment, on the responsibilities placed on companies and the social trust in companies and their decision makers, and on good leadership. For further information, see:
The dissertation projects of applicants must fit to the thematic focus of the doctoral program and the research interests of the supervising professors. Applicants should familiarize themselves with the professors‘ research interests on the program‘s website: