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PhD-Position in Finance (f/m/d)
Vienna Graduate School of Finance (VGSF)
The Vienna Graduate School of Finance (VGSF) invites promising students with outstanding academic profiles to apply for its PhD Program in Finance. VGSF is a cooperation between three institutions in Vienna: The Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS), the University of Vienna, and the WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business).
PhD-Position in Finance
Key strengths of the program:
The PhD program is a 5-year, full-time program structured into coursework and research. PhD students benefit from a stimulating research and learning environment and receive continuous guidance from the faculty throughout the duration of the program. At VGSF, you are more than a student; you are a colleague and a member of our community. The faculty members are leading experts in their respective fields and collaborate with renowned academics and professionals from all over the world, who are regularly invited to VGSF for guest lectures or seminars.
Faculty and research areas
The VGSF faculty includes professors and junior faculty from IHS, the University of Vienna, and the WU. VGSF regularly invites guest professors, who are top researchers in their respective fields of expertise, to further enhance the excellent teaching quality of the program. The key VGSF research areas are:
Banking and Credit Risk
The VGSF is funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), and students are employed by the University of Vienna or by WU. They receive a gross monthly stipend of approximately 2,000 EUR including health insurance. Salary in Austria is paid 14 times a year. The 13th and 14th salaries are paid out during the year and are taxed at a very low rate. Students are exempt from tuition fees. Funding is guaranteed for all five years; however, it is subject to satisfactory academic performance.
Opening: November 2, 2019 Closing: January 31, 2020 (midnight Pacific Time)
First round of offers on all complete applications received by December 08, 2019 (midnight Pacific Time). A second round of offers will be made after the application deadline.
The candidates must hold a master's level degree or should be expected to finish their master's degree by the beginning of the PhD program (September). Typical applicants hold a master degree in economics, finance, mathematics, or statistics. Applicants should have strong research interest in finance
The admission committee will carefully review every application, which must include the following documents:
A statement of purpose that outlines why the candidate is interested in completing a PhD program