Author Topic: 2011 Studentships for Comparative & International Business (CIB) at Manchester Business School, UK  (Read 1688 times)

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[attachimg=1] Project Title: Rising power firms and drivers of economic change
Supervisor(s): Professor Rudolf R Sinkovics, Professor Mo Yamin
Duration: 3 years full-time, commencing September 2011

Value: The three-year, full-time award covers tuition fees and a tax-free annual stipend of approximately £13,000 per year.

Eligibility: Applicants should ideally have a First or Upper Second Class Honours degree in a relevant discipline and have obtained or expect to complete by autumn 2011, a Masters degree in a relevant business and management subject.

The research will involve both theoretical development and empirical field-work. The candidate should have good inter-personal skills, be willing to travel to collect data and have excellent writing skills. The candidate will be required to apply methodology flexibly and competently, including both qualitative and quantitative techniques.

Applications are invited from UK, EU and international candidates.


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How to apply:

Submit an application for the full-time 'PhD Business & Management' programme online at: Making an application, Postgraduate Research - Manchester Business School and include:
•   Degree certificates and grade transcripts of any previous and current study
•   Two academic references
•   TOEFL/IELTS test result (if applicable)
•   CV
•   A statement about your suitability for this project (400-500 words)
•   Relevant academic publications such as academic papers published in journals or at conferences and the extended summaries of BSc and/or MSc dissertations

Enquiries about the research project can be made to Professor Rudolf Sinkovics at Rudolf.Sinkovics@mbs.ac.uk

Closing Date: 4pm, 1 April 2011

Provisional interview arrangements: Shortlisted candidates have to deliver a presentation, ideally on-site at the beginning of May or alternatively via web-conference (e.g. Skype).

Source: http://www.mbs.ac.uk/postgraduateresearch/funding.aspx#cib.

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